Pac-12 Media Days roundup: Bruins and Trojans and Huskies; oh my!

Photo gallery from Day 2 of Pac-12 Media Days (Andy Holzman/Daily News)

The Pac-12 stretched its annual media event across two days for the first time, In case you missed any of it, here’s a roundup of all the coverage that appeared in Los Angeles News Group newspapers.

Day 1
— Columnist Jill Painter, on the “glitz and glamour” of the Pac-12’s coaches and athletes.
— The Pac-12 returns 10 of its starting quarterbacks … leaving defensive backs somewhat forgotten.
— It’s a high-scoring conference, but its member teams find the end zone in different ways.
Steve Sarkisian does not care that his USC team received just one division vote to UCLA’s 37.

Day 2
— He isn’t the biggest UCLA name, but linebacker Eric Kendricks is ready to play.
— How many good quarterbacks does the Pac-12 have? Not one, not two, not three
— Washington suspended quarterback Cyler Miles, the Pac-12 Networks are going international, and other conference notes.

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