35 games will be aired on the Pac-12 Networks. Six of them will be on opening week including the titanic match-ups of Northern Colorado-Utah and Northern Arizona-Arizona State on August 30. Each team in the conference will receive at least one game on the network within the first four weeks of the season.
The most compelling game on the Pac-12 Networks schedule will come in week four when USC hosts the California Golden Bears.
“We are extremely excited about the upcoming football season and the slate of Pac-12 games that we will feature throughout the season,” said Gary Stevenson who serves as the Pac-12 Enterprises President. “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.”
Created in 2011, after the addition of Utah and Colorado to the conference, the Pac-12 Networks will have programming of over 850 sporting events a year with 350 of those being carried nationally.