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June 16, 2014 at 6:07 PM

Chris Petersen, Ben Riva, Hau’oli Kikaha to represent UW at Pac-12 media days

Washington coach Chris Petersen will make his first appearance at the Pac-12 media days (yes, days) on July 24, and he’ll be joined by senior offensive lineman Ben Riva and senior outside linebacker Hau’oli Kikaha.

For the first time, the Pac-12 has expanded the event to two days. It will be held at the Paramount Studios in Hollywood.

USC’s Steve Sarkisian, the former UW coach, is scheduled to speak on July 23.

The full lineup:

JULY 23

Arizona — WR Austin Hill, S Jared Tevis.

Cal — QB Jared Goff, CB Stefan McClure.

USC — QB Cody Kessler, DT Leonard Williams.

Oregon — QB Marcus Mariota, LB Derrick Malone.

WSU — QB Connor Halliday, LB Darryl Monroe.

Utah — WR Dres Anderson, DE Nate Orchard.

JULY 24:

Arizona State — QB Taylor Kelly, OL Jamil Douglas.

Oregon State — QB Sean Mannion, LB Michael Doctor.

UCLA — QB Brett Hundley, LB Eric Kendricks.

Washington — OL Ben Riva, OLB Hau’oli Kikaha.

Stanford — QB Kevin Hogan, DB Jordan Richards.

Colorado — WR Nelson Spruce, DE Juda Parker.

Here’s more from our Pac-12 guru Bud Withers.

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