TUCSON, Ariz. – Head coach Rich Rodriguez, senior receiver Austin Hill and senior safety Jared Tevis spent Wednesday and Thursday in Los Angeles for Pac-12 Football Media Days. Held at Paramount Studios, two days were spent interviewing, networking and filming with national and local media members and network television partners.
On Wednesday, Arizona participated in traditional media day, taking the main stage, appearing live on Pac-12 Networks and conductive various print, radio and TV interview with national and local affiliates.
Wednesday evening, Hill and Tevis, with the Pac-12 players participating, were treated to the Jimmy Kimmel Concert Series featuring Common and dinner at the Hard Rock Café.
On Thursday, the Wildcats met with the network television partners, including ESPN, FOX and Pac-12 Networks for various interviews and photos.
Rodriguez will continue Pac-12 Football Media Days on Fri., July 25, in Bristol, Conn., on the ESPN campus for a Car Wash. You can follow Coach Rod at ESPN on Twitter @ArizonaFBall or using the hashtag #ESPNPAC12
7 a.m. College Gameday Radio
7:10 a.m. ESPNU podcast
7:30 a.m. Freddie Coleman Radio
8:40 a.m. Roundtable
9:05 a.m. CFB Feature Discussion
9:45 a.m. The Herd
10:10 a.m. ESPNU
10:30 a.m. CFB Live
11 a.m. SVP & Russillo
12 p.m. ESPN.com Chat
Tickets for the 2014 football season are on sale and start at $99 for seven home games. Tickets can be purchased at ArizonaWildcats.com/footballtickets or by contacting the McKale Center Ticket Office (520-621-CATS).For continued coverage of Arizona football, follow the team on Facebook at facebook.com/ArizonaFootball and on Twitter @ArizonaFBall.