Pac-12 networks weekly schedule

Published September 5, 2012 9:50 am
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Here's this week's lineup of live programming on the Pac-12 Networks, as released by the network Tuesday (all times Mountain). Due to a scheduling quirk, it appears Utahns with standard packages will be unable to watch Southern Utah football at Cal on Saturday, as Pac-12 Mountain will instead show Sacramento State at Colorado.

Utah will play at Utah State on Friday at 6 p.m. on ESPN2.

Wednesday, September 58:00 pm: Women's Volleyball - Jiangsu Chinese Team vs. StanfordThursday, September 68:00 pm: Women's Volleyball - Jiangsu Chinese Team vs. CalFriday, September 73:30 pm: Field Hockey - Iowa vs. Stanford5:30 pm: Men's Soccer - Tulsa vs. UCLA5:30 pm: Men's Soccer - Central Florida vs. Cal (only on Pac-12 Bay Area)8:00 pm: Women's Soccer - Boston University vs. Stanford8:00 pm: Women's Soccer - Loyola Marymount vs. UCLA (only on Pac-12 Los Angeles)Saturday, September 81 p.m.: Football - Southern Utah vs. Cal Play-by-play: Rich Cellini, Analyst: Gary Plummer, Sideline: Erin Coscarelli1 p.m.: Football - Sacramento State vs. Colorado (only on Pac-12 Mountain) Play-by-play: Matt Smith, Analyst: Jeremy Bloom1 p.m.: Football - Eastern Washington vs. Washington State (only on Pac-12 Oregon & Pac-12 Washington) Play-by-play: Dwayne Ballen, Analyst: Kelly Stouffer3:30 pm: Football - Fresno State vs. Oregon Play-by-play: Ted Robinson, Analyst: Adam Archuleta, Sideline: Yogi Roth 7:30 pm: Football - Oklahoma State vs. Arizona Play-by-play: Kevin Calabro, Analyst: Glenn Parker, Sideline: Ryan Nece7:30 pm: Football - Duke vs. Stanford (only on Pac-12 Bay Area) Play-by-play: Dave Flemming, Analyst: Coy Wire, Sideline: Brooke Olzendam

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