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Stanford at Pac-12 Media Days

The Cardinal spent the day in LA

NCAA Football: Pac-12 Media Day Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Football is back (soon)!

The Pac-12 hosted its annual media days in Los Angeles on Wednesday, and the conference announced a handful of additions and changes. Utah was also picked as the conference favorite in the annual media poll, with Stanford coming in third place in the north in the poll, behind Oregon and Washington.

The big news of the day was that the conference announced it’d be moving the conference title game away from Levi’s Stadium and to the Raiders new stadium in Las Vegas starting next year. There was also a little bit of social media hubub around Larry Scott saying that he had conversations about teams kicking off at 9 am PST.

The conference also announced the addition of the Los Angeles Bowl, which will take place in the new LA Stadium (home of the Rams & Chargers) in 2020.

KJ Costello and Casey Toohill were on hand to rep for the Cardinal, and you can check out Head Coach David Shaw’s comments at the podium yesterday for more: