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Pac-12 Media Days postponed until further notice

Commissioner Larry Scott announced the postponement for the event, originally scheduled for July 29-31

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The Pac-12 Football Media Days have officially been postponed, according to Christian Caple of The Athletic.

Originally scheduled for July 29 through the 31st, the move comes just days after the Pac-12 has announced a delayed start to the season and a conference-only schedule of play.

It also comes on the same day that the State of California announced that high school sports have all been moved back to at least December or January.

That move by the California Interscholastic Federation means that the majority of high school seniors that will be playing football at the next level have likely played their final high school football games, back in 2019.

The early Signing Day is scheduled for December 18 this year and that means players will already have signed their National Letters of Intent before they even take a snap or practice once for their senior seasons. That all seems highly unlikely that any of them that can enroll early, wouldn’t do such a thing, and highly unlikely that most would risk a spring injury.

These are all developing stories and we’ll stay on top of them for your latest Pac-12 news and analysis as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the Pac-12 sports seasons.