Pac-10 commissioner Tom Hansen treated Pac-10 football media day last week as though it was no different from any other media day.
It was different, of course, because it will be his last. Hansen announced earlier this summer that he will be stepping down after a 26-year reign. (Here’s the story I wrote at the time.)
However, he played his final media day address prett straight, speaking briefly on the Pac-10’s strong out-of-conference scheduel, its 2008 bowl lineup, its TV contracts, introducing the league’s two new coaches, and taking pride in the Pac-10’s NCAA-high 13 sports championships…