Media Day Notebook: Baylor

Dave Aranda QB COMPETITION After losing Charlie Brewer to the transfer portal, Baylor is conducting a quarterback competition with three players: Gerry Bohanon, Blake Shapen and Jacob Zeno. All three have a unique skillset that their head coach believes can change how their offense works.

NBA Draft Profile: Stanford’s Oscar da Silva

Stanford forward Oscar da Silva finished among the Conference's top scorers (18.8 ppg) and rebounders (6.8 rpg) while shooting a career-best 58 percent from the field during the 2020-21 season. He'll look to take his talents to the next level with the 2021 NBA Draft on Thursday, July 29 at 5 p.m. PT / 6 p.m. MT on ESPN and ABC. Download the Pac-12 Now app and set alerts to get the latest updates from the Conference of Champions.

Media Day Notebook: Oklahoma

Oklahoma has won the last six Big 12 Championships, with four of them coming under the helm of Lincoln Riley. Oklahoma began the year 0-2 last season and still won in Arlington after coming out on top in their next eight contests. Riley believes that resolve was a product of the previous five league titles.

Media Day Notebook: TCU

Gary Patterson CHEMISTRY Gary Patterson began his press conference off by mentioning how grateful he was to be in Arlington and the continual pursuit of normalcy. He also mentioned how the continuity has benefited his program and the chemistry and cohesion on the roster.

Media Day Notebook: West Virginia

West Virginia returns a lot of talent on both sides of the ball, but head coach Neal Brown said that the way they play on the offensive side of the ball will dictate the direction of their season. Of course, they have Jarrett Doege at quarterback and he returns and has plenty of experience, but they've lacked explosiveness on offense, specifically through the air. The Mountaineers have the talent and experience, but they need the receivers to grow up and make the jump they need and show that they have been in Morgantown for multiple seasons.