2023 Pac-12 Football Helmet Schedule

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2023 Pac-12 Football Helmet Schedule is now available. The PDF schedule features the team helmets, date, and opponent for each Pac-12 team.

The 2023 season gets underway for the Pac-12 in Week Zero on Saturday, Aug. 26 when the USC Trojans host the San Jose State Spartans.

Week 1 action kicks off on Thursday, Aug. 31 with the Arizona State Sun Devils hosting the Southern Utah Thunderbirds and the Utah Utes hosting the Florida Gators. Then on Friday, Sept. 1, the Stanford Cardinal travel to take on the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors.

Featured non-conference matchups for the Pac-12 on Saturday, Sept. 2 include Coach Prime and the Colorado Buffaloes visiting the TCU Horned Frogs, while the Washington Huskies play host to the Boise State Broncos.

The 2023 Pac-12 Football Championship Game is set for Friday, Dec. 1 and it will be played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. The game will be a matchup of the two teams that finish at the top of the league standings.

Helmet schedules for the ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, and SEC have already been posted. Schedules for the remaining FBS conferences will be released soon.

Helmet Schedules

Comments (7)

Both UCLA and USC join the B1G next year.

Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, and Utah will join the Big 12 Conference.

Ten full members from the Mountain West Conference will join the six remaining Pac-12 schools and merge to form the Pacific Athletic Conference (PAC). Air Force is the only exception as it joins The American.

All those moves are effective July 1, 2024. There are your answers. #themoreyouknow :)

The 10 full members of the Mountain West Conference averages earnings less than half ($12 million) of what the 10 remnants of the PAC-12; the 4 corner schools; the other six members average (all ~$31 million).

The new Big 12’s revenue averages less than what the four corner schools do. Why would they move to combine with a configuration (the new Big 12) that projects to earn less?

Unlike the schools in the new Big 12, the universities within the ACC and the PAC-12 are not willing nor wanting to fall that far behind the Big Ten and the SEC. None of them – none of them – are going to willingly signing up for that!

They are not going anywhere!! #kissit (.|.)