Pac-12 early season 2017 football TV schedule announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The Pac-12 early season 2017 football TV schedule has been announced, and it features 35 games already slated for broadcast.

The schedule kicks off on Saturday, Aug. 26 at 3:00pm ET on CBSSN with Oregon State playing at Colorado State. Later at 10:00pm ET on ESPN, Stanford faces Rice at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

The first conference matchup is slated for Saturday, Sept. 9 when Stanford travels to take on rival USC. The game will kickoff at 8:30pm ET on FOX.

Times and or television for ten Pac-12 games from Week 4 onward were also announced, including the Pac-12 Championship Game on Friday, Dec. 1.

Listed below are the Pac-12 games have been selected for television as of May 31. All remaining Pac-12 controlled games will be announced six-to-12 days prior to the date of the game.

Pac-12 Early Season 2017 Football TV Schedule
*All times Eastern.

Saturday, Aug.26
Oregon State at Colorado State – 3pm, CBSSN
Stanford vs. Rice (1) – 10pm, ESPN
– at Allianz Stadium, Sydney, Australia

Thursday, Aug. 31
North Dakota at Utah – 7:30pm, Pac-12N
New Mexico State at Arizona State – 10:30pm, Pac-12N

Friday, Sept. 1
Washington at Rutgers – 8pm, FS1
Colorado State vs. Colorado – 8pm, Pac-12N
at Sports Authority Field, Denver, CO

Saturday, Sept. 2
California at North Carolina – 12:20pm, ACCN
Portland State at Oregon State – 2pm, Pac-12N
Western Michigan at USC – 5:15pm, Pac-12N
Southern Utah at Oregon – 8:15pm, Pac-12N
Montana State at Washington State – 10:30pm, FS1
Northern Arizona at Arizona – 11pm, Pac-12N

Sunday, Sept. 3
Texas A&M at UCLA – 7:30pm, FOX

Saturday, Sept. 9
Texas State at Colorado – 2pm, Pac-12N
Nebraska at Oregon – 4:30pm, FOX
Hawai’i at UCLA – 5pm, Pac-12N
Weber State at California – 5pm, Pac-12 Bay
Montana at Washington – 8pm, Pac-12N
Stanford at USC – 8:30pm, FOX
Minnesota at Oregon State – 10pm, FS1
Utah at BYU – 10:15pm, ESPN/2/U
Houston at Arizona – 10:30pm, ESPN/2/U
Boise State at Washington State – 10:30pm, ESPN/2/U
San Diego State at Arizona State – 11pm, Pac-12N

Friday, Sept. 15
Arizona at UTEP – 10:15pm, ESPN

Saturday, Sept. 16
UCLA at Memphis – Noon, ABC/ESPN2 (RM)
Northern Colorado at Colorado – 2pm, Pac-12N
Oregon State at Washington State – 5:30pm, Pac-12N
Oregon at Wyoming – 7pm, CBSSN
Arizona State at Texas Tech – 8pm, FSN
Texas at USC – 8:30pm, FOX
Fresno State at Washington – 9:30pm, Pac-12N
San Jose State at Utah – 10pm, ESPN2
Ole Miss at California – 10:30pm, ESPN
Stanford at San Diego State – 10:30pm, CBSSN

Friday, Sept. 22
Utah at Arizona – 10:30pm, FS1

Friday, Sept. 29
USC at Washington State – 10:30pm, ESPN

Friday, Oct. 13
Washington State at California – 10:30pm, ESPN

Saturday, Oct. 21
USC at Notre Dame – 7:30pm, NBC

Thursday, Oct. 26
Stanford at Oregon State – 9pm, ESPN

Friday Nov. 3
UCLA at Utah – 9:30pm, FS1

Friday, Nov. 10
Washington at Stanford – 10:30pm, FS1

Friday, Nov. 24
California at UCLA – 10:30pm, FS1

Saturday, Nov. 25
Oregon State at Oregon – Time TBA, ABC/ESPN/2/U

Friday, Dec. 1
Pac-12 Football Championship Game – Time TBA, ESPN/ABC
at Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA

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Comments (4)

So California and UCLA each have to play a game at 9 in the morning? Why? You’d think the people who create the schedules would have learned by now. And why is Montana State-Washington State being shown on FS1 instead of Western Michigan-USC? The rest of it looks good and I’m already looking forward to next season beginning, but those things are just irking me.

Right, James. Which is 9am pacific time. Seems cruel to do that when the game could easily be played at 3:30 or later.