via press release:

Initial TV Schedule Features Five Games with Top 25 Powers Oregon, Stanford, USC
The Pac-12 Networks will open its initial college football season by airing 15 games in the first three
weeks of the 2012 season and, with the addition of the California at USC game in week 4, will televise
at least one game from each Pac-12 team during the first four weeks, it was announced today.
With USC, Oregon and Stanford ranked in preseason top 25, four new head coaches joining the Conference
and one newly renovated stadium, the Pac-12 Networks will showcase a variety of compelling
storylines that will resonate with college football fans across the country.
“We are extremely excited about the upcoming football season and the slate of Pac-12 games that we
will feature throughout the season,” Pac-12 Enterprises President Gary Stevenson said. “In the first
four weeks, we will have at least one game from all 12 teams, will feature some very intriguing matchups
like Oklahoma State at Arizona and Cal at USC, and will televise the home debuts of new coaches
Todd Graham at Arizona State and Mike Leach at Washington State. It’s a great start to what we expect
to be a very competitive Pac-12 season.”
The Pac-12 Networks will kick-off its 35-game football schedule with six games during the opening
week (August 30-September 1), including two on Thursday, Stanford’s home opener on Friday and
three more on Saturday.
The University of Utah will host the first football game on the Pac-12 Networks when Northern Colorado
visits Rice-Eccles Stadium Thursday, August 30. Kickoff is set for 5:15 p.m. MT. The Pac-12 Networks
targeted the Utes home opener as their historic first football game and requested a special start
time to make it happen.
“Putting our first schedule together required a lot of flexibility and cooperation from all of our
schools,” Stevenson said. “Utah was especially helpful by moving the start time of their home opener
to give us a great doubleheader to launch our networks.”
Arizona State will be the second game of an opening night doubleheader when they kick-off the Todd
Graham era at home against Northern Arizona at 7:30 p.m. PT. The first week will also feature the unveiling
of Cal’s newly renovated Memorial Stadium Sept. 1 at 12:00 p.m. PT when the Bears host Nevada,
as well as home openers for Oregon State and Washington.
The Pac-12 Networks will have six more games during week two, highlighted by three-time defending
Conference champion Oregon hosting Fresno State, Oklahoma State’s visit to Tucson to face Rich Rodriguez’s Arizona Wildcats and the Pullman debut of head coach Mike Leach when Washington State
hosts Eastern Washington.
In week 3, the Pac-12 Networks will have a triple-header on Saturday, September 15 with Oregon
hosting Tennessee Tech, UCLA and new head coach Jim Mora at home against Houston and South
Carolina State visiting Arizona.
The Pac-12 Networks have picked Cal at USC Saturday, Sept. 22 as its initial game selection in week
four. The remainder of the week four television schedule will be determined 6-to-12 days prior to the
Arizona, Cal, Oregon and Stanford each have two appearances during the first three weeks, while ASU,
Colorado, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Washington State have one. USC makes its debut
on the networks the following week.
The Pac-12 Networks launch August 15 and will consist of one national and six regional networks devoted
solely to the Pac-12. In addition to the hundreds of live televised Pac-12 sporting events, Pac-
12 Networks subscribers will have access to their carrier’s TV Everywhere platform, providing access to
all Pac-12 Networks programming on any device through their broadband service.
Fans can learn more about the Pac-12 Networks by watching this video,
and can see if they will get Pac-12 Networks from your TV provider by visiting the Pac-12 Networks
Channel Finder Questions that aren’t answered in the Pac-12 Networks
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About Pac-12 Enterprises
Pac-12 Enterprises is the new content and multiplatform media company for the Pac-12 Conference, a
leader in collegiate athletics that includes 12 of the most prestigious universities in the world and a
nation-leading 450 NCAA titles across 27 sports. Headquartered in San Francisco, Pac-12 Enterprises
was created in 2011 to develop and launch the Pac-12 Networks and Pac-12 Digital, and to control
the distribution of the Pac-12 intellectual property rights in sports and other Conference initiatives.
Launching August 15, 2012, the Pac-12 Networks are full-time native HD linear networks available to
video programming operators, dedicated solely to the Pac-12. It will consist of a national network and
six regional feeds that will televise hundreds of live sporting events annually and provide 24/7 access
to Pac-12 teams and universities. Pac-12 Digital encompasses the digital network, mobile, the university
websites, social media and innovative digital initiatives across the company.

Day/Date Game Time (PT/ET) TV
Thur., Aug. 30 Northern Colorado at Utah 4:15 pm PT/7:15 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
Northern Arizona at Arizona State 7:30 p.m. PT/10:30 p.m.ET Pac-12 Networks
Fri., Aug. 31 San Jose State at Stanford 7 p.m. PT/10 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
Sat., Sept. 1 Nevada at California 12 noon PT/3 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
Nicholls State at Oregon State 12 noon PT/3 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
San Diego State at Washington 7:30 p.m. PT/10:30 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
Sat., Sept. 8 Southern Utah at California 12 noon PT/3 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
Eastern Wash. at Washington State 12 noon PT/3 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
Sacramento State at Colorado 12 noon PT/3 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
Fresno State at Oregon 3:30 p.m. PT/6:30 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
Oklahoma State at Arizona 7:30 p.m. PT/10:30 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
Duke at Stanford 7:30 p.m. PT/10:30 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
Sat., Sept. 15 Tennessee Tech at Oregon 12 noon PT/3 p.m.ET Pac-12 Networks
South Carolina State at Arizona 7:30 p.m. PT/10:30 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
Houston at UCLA 7:30 p.m. PT/10:30 p.m. ET Pac-12 Networks
(12- or six-day selection for each of the remaining Pac-12 home games)

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