Quarterback Khalil Tate will be one of Arizona's two player representatives at Pac-12 Media Day on July 24.

The unofficial start of the football season — Pac-12 Media Day — is five weeks away. The league’s annual kickoff event is scheduled for July 24 in Hollywood, California.

Here’s the schedule of events, with each school’s player representatives:

8 a.m.: Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott

8:45-11:45: North Division

  • CAL: HC Justin Wilcox, LB Evan Weaver, CB Camryn Bynum
  • OREGON: HC Mario Cristobal, QB Justin Herbert, LB Troy Dye
  • OREGON STATE: HC Jonathan Smith, RB Jermar Jefferson, WR Isaiah Hodgins
  • STANFORD: HC David Shaw, QB K.J. Costello, LB Casey Toohill
  • WASHINGTON: HC Chris Petersen, C Nick Harris, DB Myles Bryant
  • WASHINGTON STATE: HC Mike Leach, OL Liam Ryan, LB Jahad Woods

Noon-1:30 p.m.: Lunch break

1:30-4:30: South Division

  • ARIZONA: HC Kevin Sumlin, QB Khalil Tate, RB J.J. Taylor
  • ARIZONA STATE: HC Herm Edwards, RB Eno Benjamin, C Cohl Cabral
  • COLORADO: HC Mel Tucker, WR Laviska Shenault, LB Nate Landman
  • UCLA: HC Chip Kelly, RB Joshua Kelley, LB Krys Barnes
  • USC: HC Clay Helton, WR Michael Pittman Jr., DE Christian Rector
  • UTAH: HC Kyle Whittingham, RB Zack Moss, DE Bradlee Anae

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