By Heather Dinich, ESPN: The Pac-12 will provide enhanced in-game and pregame access during broadcasts of college football games this fall, including in-game head coach interviews and having select coaches and players wear mics during pregame activities, it was announced Thursday.
With the support of the conference’s head coaches, the Pac-12 board of directors developed the initiatives alongside ESPN and Fox Sports and approved them during the league’s recent Spring Council meetings.
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The Pac-12 will provide enhanced in-game and pregame access during broadcasts of college football games this fall, including in-game head coach interviews and having select coaches and players wear mics during pregame activities.
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