Pac-12 Network

Pac-12 Network Announces 2013 College Football Announcer Teams

The Pac-12 Network today announced its roster of college football game announcers as it enters its second season televising conference games.

Ted Robinson returns as the lead play-by-play voice along with Kevin Calabro, JB Long and Roxy Bernstein.  Rick Neuheisel, Ronnie Lott, Jeremy Bloom, Glenn Parker and Curtis Conway, Yogi Roth and Anthony Herron will serve as game analysts.

The football announcing teams and confirmed game assignments for the first confirmed Pac-12 Network contests are as follows:

WEEK 1

August 30 • Northern Arizona at Arizona • 7:00 pm PT
Ted Robinson – play-by-play
Glenn Parker – analyst

August 31 • Eastern Washington at Oregon State • 3:00 pm PT
Roxy Bernstein – play-by-play
Anthony Herron – analyst

August 31 • Nevada at UCLA • 7:00 pm PT
Kevin Calabro – play-by-play
Yogi Roth – analyst

WEEK 2

September 5 • Sacramento State at Arizona State • 7:00 pm PT
Ted Robinson – play-by-play
Glenn Parker – analyst

September 7 • Hawaii at Oregon State • 5:00 pm PT
Roxy Bernstein – play-by-play
Anthony Herron – analyst

September 7 • San Jose State at Stanford • 8:00 pm PT
Ted Robinson – play-by-play
Glenn Parker – analyst

September 7 • Central Arkansas at Colorado • 5:00 pm PT
JB Long – play-by-play
Jeremy Bloom – analyst

September 7 • Weber State at Utah • 11:00 am PT
TBD – play-by-play
TBD – analyst

September 7 • Portland State at California • 2:00 pm PT
Kevin Calabro – play-by-play
Yogi Roth – analyst

WEEK 3

September 14 • UT San Antonio at Arizona • Time TBD
Roxy Bernstein – play-by-play
Anthony Herron – analyst

September 14 • Boston College at USC • Time TBD
Ted Robinson – play-by-play
Glenn Parker – analyst

September 14 • Southern Utah at Washington State • Time TBD
JB Long – play-by-play
Jeremy Bloom – analyst

September 14 • Fresno State at Colorado • 11:00 am PT
Kevin Calabro – play-by-play
Yogi Roth – analyst

WEEK 5

September 28 • California at Oregon • Time TBD
Ted Robinson – play-by-play
Glenn Parker – analyst

WEEK 6

October 5 • Oregon at Colorado • Time TBD
Ted Robinson – play-by-play
Glenn Parker – analyst

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Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament Coverage on Pac-12 Network

The Pac-12 Network has unvield its plan to cover the early rounds of the Pac-12 men’s college basketball tournament.

Here is the schedule of live and taped coverage: (All Games PT)

Wednesday, March 13
12:00pm (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Game #1 – #8 Stanford vs #9 Arizona State (LIVE)
2:30pm (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Game #2 – #5 Colorado vs #12 Oregon State (LIVE)
6:00pm (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Game #3 – #7 USC vs #10 Utah (LIVE)
8:30pm (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Game #4 – #6 Washington vs #11 Washington State (LIVE)
11:00pm (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Game #1 – #8 Stanford vs #9 Arizona State (3/13/13)
2:00am (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Game #2 – #5 Colorado vs #12 Oregon (3/13/13)

Thursday, March 14
7:00am (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Game #3 – #7 USC vs #10 Utah (3/13/13)
9:30am (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Game #4 – #6 Washington vs #11 Washington State (3/13/13)
12:00pm (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #1 – #1 UCLA vs #8 Stanford/#9 Arizona State Winner (LIVE)
2:30pm (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #2 – #4 Arizona vs #5 Colorado/#12 Oregon State Winner (LIVE)
6:00pm (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #3 – #2 California vs #7 USC/#10 Utah Winner (LIVE)
11:00pm (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #1 – #1 UCLA vs #8 Stanford/#9 Arizona State Winner (3/14/13)
1:30am (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #2 – #4 Arizona vs #5 Colorado/#12 Oregon State Winner (3/14/13)
4:00am (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #3 – #2 California vs #7 USC/#10 Utah Winner (3/14/13)

Friday, March 15
7:30am (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #3 – #2 California vs #7 USC/#10 Utah Winner (3/14/13)
10:30am (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #1 – #1 UCLA vs #8 Stanford/#9 Arizona State Winner (3/14/13)
1:00pm (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #2 – #4 Arizona vs #5 Colorado/#12 Oregon State Winner (3/14/13)
3:30pm (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #3 – #2 California vs #7 USC/#10 Utah Winner (3/14/13)

Monday, March 18
10:00am (MBK) Men’s Basketball: Pac-12 Tournament Quarterfinal #3 – #2 California vs #7 USC/#10 Utah Winner (3/14/13)

Pac-12 Network’s Coverage of College Baseball

The Pac-12 Network today announced its schedule of college baseball games.  Games begin March 10th.

Each Pac-12 team makes at least three regular season appearances on the Networks television schedule that includes traditional rivalry games between Arizona-Arizona State, Oregon-Oregon State, UCLA-USC, Cal-Stanford and Washington-Washington State.

Ted Robinson, Roxy Bernstein and JB Long will rotate play-by-play duties alongside analysts J.T. Snow and Kevin Stocker throughout the 30-game schedule.

Here is the schedule of Pac-12 Network college baseball games:

2013 Pac-12 Networks Baseball Televised Schedule

DAY

DATE

AWAY

 

HOME

TIME (PT)

Sunday

3/10/13

USC

at

UCLA

3:00pm

Saturday

3/16/13

California

at

Utah

2:00pm

Sunday

3/17/13

Oregon State

at

Arizona

12:00pm

Friday

3/22/13

Arizona

at

Oregon

6:00pm

Sunday

3/24/13

Arizona State

at

Oregon State

12:00pm

Friday

3/29/13

UCLA

at

Arizona State

TBD

Saturday

3/30/13

Washington

at

Oregon

7:00pm

Monday

4/1/13

California

at

Stanford

7:00pm

Friday

4/5/13

Oregon State

at

UCLA

TBD

Saturday

4/6/13

Washington State

at

Utah

11:00am

Tuesday

4/9/13

Oregon

at

Oregon State

TBD

Tuesday

4/16/13

Arizona State

at

Arizona

6:00pm

Friday

4/19/13

Arizona

at

Stanford

7:00pm

Friday

4/19/13

UCLA

at

Oregon

7:00pm

Sunday

4/21/13

USC

at

Utah

11:00am

Sunday

4/21/13

Washington State

at

California

2:00pm

Friday

4/26/13

Stanford

at

Oregon

7:00pm

Saturday

5/4/13

Team TBD

at

Team TBD

7:00pm

Saturday

5/11/13

Washington State

at

USC

7:00pm

Sunday

5/12/13

Arizona State

at

California

12:00pm

Sunday

5/12/13

Arizona

at

UCLA

3:00pm

Saturday

5/18/13

Washington

at

Washington State

12:00pm

Sunday

5/19/13

Arizona

at

Arizona State

12:00pm

Friday

5/24/13

Washington State

at

Oregon State

TBD

Saturday

5/25/13

Arizona State

at

Washington

4:00pm

Saturday

5/25/13

UCLA

at

Stanford

7:00pm

Sunday

5/26/13

USC

at

Arizona

12:00pm

TBD

TBD

Team TBD – Wildcard

at

Team TBD – Wildcard

TBD

TBD

TBD

Team TBD – Wildcard

at

Team TBD – Wildcard

TBD

TBD

TBD

Team TBD – Wildcard

at

Team TBD – Wildcard

TBD

 

Sports Media Digest- February 1, 2013

National Signing Day on CBS Sports Network– The CBS Sports Network and its digital sites CBSSports.com and MaxPreps.com will provide comprehensive coverage to college football’s national signing day.  CBS Sports Network offers five-and-a-half hours of live programming beginning Wednesday at Noon ET featuring recruiting expert Tom Lemming and analysts Ron Zook and Houston Nutt, while CBSSports.com provides around-the-clock coverage featuring college football insider Bruce Feldman.

National Signing Day on Pac-12 Network and Pac-12 Digital-  The Pac-12 Network and its digital arm will have complete coverage of college football’s signing day this Wednesday.  Mike Yam will be joined by analysts Rick Neuheisel and Yogi Roth for the two-hour Pac-12 Football Signing Day Special  Wednesday at 5:00p.m. PT.  Prior to the show fans can follow their favorite teams’ commitments on Pac-12.com starting at 6:00 AM PT Wednesday with senior correspondent Bryan Fischer providing text and video commentary as the letters come in.

Lakers/Nets This Tuesday’s Fan Night Presentation on NBA TV–  NBA TV has announced that this week’s Fan Night game on Tuesday will feature the L.A. Lakers at the Brooklyn Nets.  Tip-off is at 7:30p.m. ET.  Here is the list of games from which fans can vote for the Fan Night game on February 12th: Denver Nuggets @ Toronto Raptors; Portland Trail Blazers @ Miami Heat; Sacramento Kings @ Memphis Grizzlies; or Houston Rockets @ Golden State Warriors.

College Basketball this Weekend on CBS Sports Network–  The CBS Sports Network will have a triple header of college basketball action tomorrow.  Beginning at 2:00p.m. ET Dave Ryan and Pete Gillen will call Tulsa at Memphis.  AT 4:00p.m. ET Rhode Island takes on Butler with Brad Johansen and John Griffin on the call.  Temple at St. Joseph’s wraps up up the coverage at 6:00p.m. ET with Tom McCarthy, Steve Lappas and Jeff Goodman.

Revamped Morning Drive Debuts Monday on Golf Channel-  The new-look Morning Drive, the Golf Channel’s morning program will debut this Monday at 7:00a.m. ET.  Major Champions Keegan Bradley and Graeme McDowell will make an appearance on the show.  The first official interview conducted in the new Morning Drive studio will a sit-down with co-founder Arnold Palmer, an interview conducted last week.  Morning Drive co-hosts Gary Williams, Damon Hack and Holly Sonders return as the show will begin airing seven days a week in a new studio.

CBS Sports Spectacular Features Bulls and Pigskin–  The CBS Sports Spectacular will produce three episode tomorrow on CBS.  The Professional Bull Riders (PBR) starts the day at 1:00p.m. ET as Craig Hummer, JW Hart and Leah Garcia call all the action at the PBR 15/15 Bucking Battles.  At 2:00p.m. ET Kevin Frazier and Melissa Stark host an hour at the NFL Honors Preview: The Best of 2012, looking back at the 2012 season.  At 3:00p.m. ET CBS pays tribute to Hall of Fame Coach Don Shula on the 40th anniversary of leading the Dolphins to its undefeated season in Shula 347.

NBC Sports Network Covers Rugby Sevens This Weekend–  The NBC Sports Network will begin its 2013 coverage of the Rugby Sevens at the Hertz Sevens this weekend from New Zealand.  Bill Seward and Brian Hightower have the call tomorrow at 5:00p.m. ET.

Pac-12 Network’s College Softball Schedule

The Pac-12 Networks will televise 34 women’s college softball games this spring.

Anne Marie Anderson, Krista Blunk, JB Long and Ann Schatz will serve as play-by-play voices for the network, joined by analysts Jennie Finch, Jessica Mendoza and Tammy Blackburn.

Here is the list of Pac-12 Network college softball games:

DAY

DATE

AWAY

HOME

TIME (PT)

Saturday

3/23/13

Utah

at

California

12:00pm

Saturday

3/23/13

Arizona State

at

UCLA

2:00pm

Sunday

3/24/13

Stanford

at

Oregon

3:00pm

Monday

3/25/13

Washington

at

Arizona

7:00pm

Thursday

3/28/13

UCLA

at

Stanford

TBD

Friday

3/29/13

Oregon

at

Washington

4:00pm

Saturday

3/30/13

Arizona

at

Utah

12:00pm

Saturday

3/30/13

Oregon State

at

Arizona State

2:00pm

Tuesday

4/2/13

California

at

Arizona1

5:00pm

Tuesday

4/2/13

California

at

Arizona1

7:30pm

Saturday

4/6/13

Arizona State

at

Stanford2

2:00pm

Saturday

4/6/13

Arizona State

at

Stanford2

4:30pm

Sunday

4/7/13

UCLA

at

Utah

11:00am

Sunday

4/7/13

Oregon

at

California

1:00pm

Sunday

4/7/13

Oregon State

at

Washington

3:00pm

Friday

4/12/13

California

at

UCLA

TBD

Sunday

4/14/13

Arizona

at

Oregon

12:00pm

Sunday

4/14/13

Utah

at

Oregon State

2:00pm

Saturday

4/20/13

UCLA

at

Arizona

7:00pm

Friday

4/26/13

Utah

at

Stanford

TBD

Friday

5/3/13

Oregon State

at

Oregon

4:00pm

Friday

5/3/13

Arizona State

at

Arizona

6:00pm

Sunday

5/5/13

Washington

at

Utah

11:00am

Sunday

5/5/13

Oregon State

at

Oregon

1:00pm

Sunday

5/5/13

Stanford

at

California

3:00pm

Thursday

5/9/13

Arizona

at

Stanford

TBD

Friday

5/10/13

Oregon

at

Arizona State

TBD

Friday

5/10/13

California

at

Washington

7:00pm

Saturday

5/11/13

UCLA

at

Oregon State

TBD

Saturday

5/11/13

California

at

Washington

TBD

Saturday

5/11/13

Oregon

at

Arizona State

TBD

TBD

TBD

Team TBD – Wildcard

at

Team TBD – Wildcard

TBD

TBD

TBD

Team TBD – Wildcard

at

Team TBD – Wildcard

TBD

TBD

TBD

Team TBD – Wildcard

at

Team TBD – Wildcard

TBD

Big Ten/Pac-12 Reach Carriage Deals with Dish

Dish announced yesterday that it has reached deals to carry the Big Ten Network and the Pac-12 Network.

The Dish contract with the Big Ten is an extension to its current carriage agreement.

The Pac-12 agreement is a multi-year deal that makes Dish, for the time being, the lone satellite carrier of the network.  The new agreement also provides Dish with exclusive category sponsorship for Pac-12 athletic programs. The sponsorship includes stadium signage and logo rights with each of the member schools.

Pac-12 Networks Set for Launch Tomorrow

The Pac-12 Networks will officially launch tomorrow, August 15th.  Here is the press release of the programming and individuals that will make up the network:

THE WAIT IS OVER! PAC-12 NETWORKS UNVEILS FALL PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE 

Debut Show ‘Pac-12 Live’ Welcomes Viewers to Networks in Primetime, Wednesday, August 15 at 6:00 PM PT

Pre, Half and Postgame Football Coverage, Olympic Sport Previews, Classic Re-Airs and Feature

Series Complement Programming Slate Jammed-Packed with Live Event Broadcasts

SAN FRANCISCO, AUGUST 9, 2012 – In a little over a year since the groundbreaking announcement was made July 27, 2011, Pac-12 Networks, the new multiplatform media home of the Pac-12 Conference, is ready to kick off its inaugural season tomorrow, Wednesday, August 15 at 6:00 PM PT, offering teams unprecedented reach and exposure to their fans across the nation. Through the innovative collection of one national network and six regional networks, Pac-12 Networks will provide more live event coverage than ever before from the nationally-acclaimed student-athletes  and sport programs that have combined for a nation-leading 451 NCAA Championships. 

“With the Pac-12 Conference being home to 451 national championship titles, there is no doubt that Pac-12 Networks’ viewers will be treated to incredibly compelling programming,” said Lydia Murphy-Stephans, Pac-12 Networks Executive Vice President & General Manager. “Our production and programming staff have been hard at work over the past several months to develop a schedule that will be engaging to fans, and equitable across the Conference’s sport programs and teams. It’s a thrill to see the final product come to life.”

At 6:00 PM PT Wednesday, Pac-12 Live sets the stage for viewers, offering the first glimpse of Pac-12 Networks. Co-hostsMike Yam and Ashley Adamson unveil the impressive San Francisco studio that will be the launch-pad for all Pac-12 Networks live events and lay out the plans for the unprecedented live event coverage that showcases why the Pac-12 is “The Conference of Champions.” Pac-12 Live will also be the network debut for football analysts Ronnie LottRick Neuheisel,Curtis Conway and Glenn Parker who will preview the upcoming season, while contributor Summer Sanders sits down with Pac-12 standouts fresh off their performance at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Viewers will also learn the ins and outs of the six regional and one national network, as well as take a look back at the 2011 season before looking ahead to 2012.

The following are elements viewers can expect to see in Pac-12 Networks debut fall season:

Live Events

Live Pac-12 Conference events will be the core component of programming seen across all seven channels. The action begins Friday, August 17 at 7:00 PM PT with the 2011 NCAA women’s soccer champion Stanford Cardinal hosting Santa Clara.

Headlined by 35 live football matchups beginning Thursday, August 30, Pac-12 Networks fall event schedule is made up of over 220 telecasts featuring football, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, field hockey, men’s water polo and the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships, providing an incredible increase in television exposure compared to prior years.

Dynamic On-Air Talent 

Pac-12 Networks has assembled a team of on-air personalities that represents the incredible depth of talented alumni produced by the conference while also developing unique voice that is distinct to the brand. Among the confirmed on-air talent are:

Ashley Adamson, studio host & anchor
Adam Archuleta, analyst
Kevin Calabro, game announcer
Curtis Conway, analyst
Dave Flemming, game announcer
Ronnie Lott, analyst
Ryan Nece, sideline reporter/analyst
Rick Neuheisel, analyst
Brooke Olzendam, sideline reporter
Glenn Parker, analyst
Ted Robinson, game announcer
Yogi Roth, sideline reporter/analyst
Summer Sanders, features contributor
Mike Yam, studio host & anchor

Additional personalities leading Pac-12 Networks Olympic sports coverage will be announced in the next few days.

Pac-12 Networks Studio Programming Lineup

Pac-12 Football Previews

Air date: Premieres Wednesday, August 15 at 7:00 PM PT with a one-hour conference-wide outlook and 12 30-minute school-specific shows:

August 15 at 7:00 PM PT – Pac-12 Conference Outlook
August 16 at 8:00 PM PT – Oregon
August 18 at 7:00 PM PT – Colorado
August 18 at 9:30 PM PT – Utah
August 19 at 7:00 PM PT – Arizona
August 19 at 9:30 PM PT – Arizona State
August 20 at 8:00 PM PT – Washington State
August 21 at 8:00 PM PT – Washington
August 22 at 8:00 PM PT – Oregon State
August 23 at 8:00 PM PT – Stanford
August 25 at 5:00 PM PT – UCLA
August 25 at 7:30 PM PT – California
August 26 at 7:30 PM PT – USC 

Description: There’s no doubt the 2012 Pac-12 Football season is set to be one of the most exciting in recent memory. With USC as the conference’s preseason #1 pick by the media, a handful of new coaches at UCLA, Arizona State, Arizona and Washington State, the Pac-12 is poised for another explosive year. The previews will roll out in 13 episodes – a 60-minute conference-wide comprehensive look at the upcoming football season and 12, 30-minute school specific previews.  Each installment will feature interviews from key players and coaches for a comprehensive outlook highlighting the biggest games and key names to watch. 

Olympics Sports Previews

Air date: Premieres Thursday, August 16 at 7:00 PM PT with women’s volleyball. Other sports previews will air as follows:

August 16 at 7:30 PM PT – Women’s soccer
August 20 at 5:30 PM PT – Men’s soccer
August 21 at 5:30 PM PT – Men’s water polo
August 22 at 5:30 PM PT – Cross country
August 23 at 5:30 PM PT – Field hockey 

Description: In 2012 the eyes of the world are on the summer Olympics and the Pac-12 is well represented on Team USA. This fall, those athletes return to their home turf and Pac-12 Networks has all the action. We’ll preview each Pac-12 Olympic sport, with six individual 30-minute specials covering men’s soccer, women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, men’s water polo, field hockey and cross country that take an in-depth look at the upcoming season and highlight stories and features from every Pac-12 school. 

Pac-12 Football Encore

Air date: Premieres Wednesday, August 15 at 8:30 PM PT with encore of 2011 Pac-12 Championship game. Countdown of the top 10 games of 2011 airs August 17-27 with one game per day; Regular schedule of two games per week begins Monday, September 3.

Description: Catch some of the best the Pac-12 has to offer as the network replays some of the top games from the 2011 and 2012 seasons. We’ll start by counting down the top 10 games from the 2011 season, leading up to this year’s kickoff. Then, as action gets under way for the 2012 season, we’ll replay two of the best games each week.

Conference of Champions

Air date: Premieres Wednesday, August 15 at 8:00 PM PT with a new episode airing each month of the year.

Talent: Episode #1 hosted by Ashley Adamson

Description: The Pac-12 Conference is widely known as being a champion on the field, leading all other conferences in championships with 451 titles to date. Not as widely publicized, however, are the champions in life that have graced the campuses of our schools. Conference of Champions showcases the success that current and former Pac-12 students, alumni and faculty have had both on and off the field. Each 30-minute show will feature 2-3 individuals aligned under a common theme. The August 15 series premiere focuses on a trio of the conferences number one overall NFL draft picks –Drew BledsoeAndrew Luck and Alex Smith.

Pac-12 Classics

Air date: Premieres Thursday, August 16 at 8:30 PM PT with regular installments featuring each Pac-12 school airing throughout the week.

Description: Sporting events live on long after the clock clicks to zero. Some games remain in the psyche. They become the thing of legend, the source of bragging rights, or the big lingering “what if…”. Pac-12 Classics relives those legendary contests – some of the most memorable games in the Pac-12 illustrious history, broadcast with their original play-by-play and enhanced with new interviews and sound bites from the players, coaches and historians who lived it.

Pac-12 Football Pregame Show

Air date: Premieres Thursday, August 30 with a regular airtime one hour before every Pac-12 football game day.

Talent: Hosted by Mike Yam and Ashley Adamson with analysis from Rick Neuheisel and Curtis Conway

Description: There’s nothing better than a football Saturday in the West and every game day, Pac-12 Networks will get you fired up for the action with our comprehensive pre-game show. Get the low down on all the Pac-12 news leading up to the slate of Saturday games.  Hosted by Mike Yam and Ashley Adamson with in-studio analysis from Rick Neuheisel and Curtis Conway, the Pac-12 Football Pregame Show checks in with our reporters at each Pac-12 game site, providing scores and highlights from the week’s earlier matchups, plus the latest injury updates, weather reports and features and previews of the day’s conference matchups to set the stage for an action-packed day of Pac-12 football.

Pac-12 Football Postgame Report

Air date: Premieres Thursday, August 30 with a regular airtime immediately following each Pac-12 Networks football game telecast.

Talent: Hosted by Mike Yam and Ashley Adamson with analysis from Rick Neuheisel and Curtis Conway

Description: Immediately following the game, Rick Neuheisel and Curtis Conway join Mike Yam and Ashley Adamson on the Pac-12 Postgame Report to deliver viewers all the best highlights, news, interviews and analysis of the day from across the Pac-12 conference.

Pac-12 Football Rewind

Air date: Premieres Sunday, September 2nd at 9:00 PM PT with a regular airtime of Sundays at 9:00 PM PT thereafter.

Talent: Hosted by Ashley Adamson with analysis from Rick Neuheisel and Glenn Parker

Description: We’ve done the math—it’s physically impossible to watch every game on football weekends. But you can still be the king of Monday morning latte-line conversation by catching Pac-12 Football Rewind. Each Sunday night during the 13-week football season, we’ll recap all of the weekend’s action, as well as some of the highlights from those other conferences around the country. The one hour show brings you the top plays, standout players, hot off the press BCS standings, Heisman-watch and much more.

Football in 60

Air date: Premieres Sunday, September 2nd at 11:00 AM PT; Total of 79 episodes airing throughout the week.

Description: It’s a football-fix for the busy fan. Have an hour? Watch a game! You can catch all the action of your favorite 2012 Pac-12 contests in a 60-minute cut-down version. It’s a no time out, no huddle offense – just the game in condensed form. Each week we’ll broadcast the previous week’s games cut-down to an action-packed hour.

Pac-12 Playbook

Air date: Tuesdays at 7:00 PM PT beginning September 4th.

Talent: Hosted by Mike Yam with analysis from Ronnie Lott and Rick Neuheisel

Description: Some will be ecstatic, some less-than-thrilled, and some will be covered in Gatorade – but all will have a strong opinion about their team’s performance. Each Tuesday night during the 13-week football season, we’ll hear what the Pac-12 coaches have to say about their team’s performance. This fast-paced, one hour program will air it all out – featuring highlights, talkbacks, vignettes and sound bites from all 12 coaches – win or lose.