The Pac-12 early season 2018 football TV schedule has been announced, and it features 33 games slated for broadcast during the first three weeks.
The schedule kicks off on Thursday, Aug. 30 at 9:00pm ET on the Pac-12 Network with Utah hosting Weber State.
On Friday, Aug. 31, Stanford plays host to San Diego State (9:00pm ET, FS1) while Colorado takes on Colorado State in the Rocky Mountain Showdown in Denver (9:30pm ET, CBSSN).
The first conference matchup is slated for Saturday, Sept. 8 when USC travels to take on in-state rival Stanford. The game will kickoff at 8:30pm ET on FOX.
Some times and or television for ten Pac-12 games from Week 4 onward were also announced, including the Pac-12 Championship Game on Friday, Nov. 30.
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 2018 Football TV Schedule
*All times Eastern.
Thursday, Aug. 30
Weber State at Utah – 8pm, P12N
Friday, Aug. 31
San Diego State at Stanford – 9pm, FS1
Colorado vs. Colorado State (Denver) – 9:30pm, CBSSN
Saturday, Sept. 1
Oregon State at Ohio State – Noon, ABC
Washington vs. Auburn (Atlanta) – 3:30pm, ABC
Washington State at Wyoming – 3:30pm, CBSSN
North Carolina at California – 4pm, FOX
UNLV at USC – 4pm, P12N
Cincinnati at UCLA – 7pm, ESPN
Bowling Green at Oregon – 8pm, P12N
UTSA at Arizona State – 10:30pm, FS1
BYU at Arizona – 10:45pm, ESPN
Saturday, Sept. 8
Arizona at Houston – Noon, ABC/ESPN2
UCLA at Oklahoma – 1pm, FOX
Portland State at Oregon – 2pm, P12N
Colorado at Nebraska – 3:30pm, ABC
North Dakota at Washington – 5pm, P12N
Utah at Northern Illinois – 7:30pm, ESPNews
Southern Utah at Oregon State – 8pm, P12N
USC at Stanford – 8:30pm, FOX
California at BYU – 10:15pm, ESPN2 or ESPNU
Michigan State at Arizona State – 10:45pm, ESPN
San Jose State at Washington State – 11pm, P12N
Saturday, Sept. 15
UC Davis at Stanford – 2pm, P12N
San Jose State at Oregon – 5pm, P12N
New Hampshire at Colorado – 5pm, P12 Mountain
Idaho State at California – 6pm, P12 Bay Area
Oregon State at Nevada – 7pm, ESPN3
Eastern Washington at Washington State – 8pm, P12N
USC at Texas – 8pm, FOX
Washington at Utah – 10pm, ESPN
Arizona State at San Diego State – 10:30pm, CBSSN
Fresno State at UCLA – 10:30pm, FS1
Southern Utah at Arizona – 11pm, P12N
Friday, Sept. 21
Washington State at USC – 10:30pm, ESPN
Friday, Sept. 28
UCLA at Colorado – 9pm, FS1
Saturday, Sept. 29
Stanford at Notre Dame – 7:30pm, NBC
Friday, Oct. 12
Arizona at Utah – 10pm, ESPN
Thursday, Oct. 18
Stanford at Arizona State – 9pm, ESPN
Friday, Oct. 26
Utah at UCLA – 10:30pm, ESPN
Friday, Nov. 2
Colorado at Arizona – 10:30pm, FS1
Friday, Nov. 23
Oregon at Oregon State – 4pm, FS1
Washington at Washington State – 8:30pm, FOX
Friday, Nov. 30
Pac-12 Football Championship Game – 8pm, FOX
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why are there no Cal games during the rest of the season? You’re showing Colorado at Arizona??????? Who cares? How about CAl vs USC? Cal vs Stanford? Cal vs UCLA? How about some Stanford games!
Any games not shown are announced 6-12 days prior to the date of the game.
Oh boy here comes Larry back at it again with the 11 AM games. Any start time before Noon or after 7:30 is terrible for the fan experience.