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Red roundup: Utah Utes football media guide ready to download

Published: Sunday, Aug. 30 2015 2:06 p.m. MDT

Pac-10 commissioner Larry Scott announces the splitting of NCAA college football divisions during a news conference in San Francisco, Thursday. Colorado and Utah recently accepted invitations to join the Pac-10 in the conference's first expansion since 1978, necessitating many changes for when the league becomes a 12-team conference next July 1. (Paul Sakuma, Associated Press) Pac-10 commissioner Larry Scott announces the splitting of NCAA college football divisions during a news conference in San Francisco, Thursday. Colorado and Utah recently accepted invitations to join the Pac-10 in the conference's first expansion since 1978, necessitating many changes for when the league becomes a 12-team conference next July 1. (Paul Sakuma, Associated Press)

SALT LAKE CITY — According to the calendar, it's BYU football media day. What better occasion, perhaps, for those who favor the Pac-12 game over independence to download this year's Utah football media guide.

Load up the printer with paper, there's 168 pages and four covers to send through the system.

— ESPN.com's Ted Miller examines the Pac-12's official list of returning starters in football, as well as a link to the conference media guide. Get more paper in the printer.

— Bill and Spence from ESPN 700 are checking in with colleagues from across the Pac-12. Check out recent interviews with play-by announcers from Washington State and USC.

— The Orange County Register ranks the Pac-12 football coaches. Utah's Kyle Whittingham is No. 3, behind Oregon State's Mike Riley and Oregon's Chip Kelly.

— Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News writes that the inaugural Pac-12 football season could end up making the wrong kind of headlines.

The Red Roundup is a sampling of Utah Utes-related news on the Web.

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