Pac-12 Football Media Day 2013: Watch live right here, with schedule and live-blog

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All 12 Pac-12 football coaches and 24 players are set for interviews, and SB Nation has a darn slew of representatives on the scene.

The Pac-12 descends upon Los Angeles — well, Culver City, technically — for its Media Day on Friday, bringing each of the league's 12 coaches and two players from each team to the stage at Sony Studios. You can watch right here or on Pac-12 Networks.

League commissioner Larry Scott will open the day's festivities with 15 minutes in front of the microphone, at which point he'll yield to schools. Three of those schools have new head coaches: California (Sonny Dykes), Oregon (Mark Helfrich) and Colorado (Mike MacIntyre).

Representing SB Nation at the event are Pacific Takes' Avinash Kunnath and Jack Follman, California Golden Blogs' Lindsay Brauner and Sean Fitzhugh, Ralphie Report's David Gerhardt, UW Dawg Pound's Anthony Cassino, and House of Sparky's Cody Ulm and Ben Haber. Follow along here:

The schedule (all times are Eastern):

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