Pac-12 Early Season 2015 Football TV Schedule Announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The Pac-12 early season 2015 football TV schedule has been announced, and it features 41 games already slated for broadcast.

The schedule kicks off on Thursday, Sept. 3 with three games, beginning with Michigan at Utah at 8:30pm ET on FOX Sports 1.

The first conference matchup is slated for Saturday, Sept. 19 when Stanford travels to take on rival USC. The game will kickoff at 8:00pm ET on ABC.

Listed below are the Pac-12 games have been selected for television as of June 1. All remaining Pac-12 controlled games will be announced six-to-12 days prior to the date of the game.

Pac-12 Early Season 2015 Football TV Schedule

Thursday, Sept. 3
Michigan at Utah – 8:30pm ET, FOX Sports 1
UTSA at Arizona – 10pm ET, P12N

Friday, Sept. 4
Colorado at Hawai’i – 1am ET, CBSSN
Weber State atoregon State – 8pm ET, P12N
Washington at Boise State – 10:15pm ET, ESPN

Saturday, Sept. 5
Portland State at Washington State – 2pm ET, P12N
Virginia at UCLA – 3:30pm ET, FOX
Grambling at California – 5pm ET, P12N
Eastern Washington at Oregon – 8pm ET, P12N
Arkansas State at USC – 11pm ET, P12N
Arizona State vs. Texas A&M – TBA
Stanford at Northwestern – TBA

Friday, Sept. 11
Utah State at Utah – 9pm ET, ESPN2

Saturday, Sept. 12
Sacramento State at Washington – 2pm ET, P12N
Massachusetts at Colorado – 2pm ET, P12N
San Diego State at California – 5pm ET, P12N
Arizona at Nevada – 7pm ET, CBSSN
Idaho at USC – 8pm ET, P12N
Oregon at Michigan State – 8pm ET, ABC
UCF at Stanford – 10:30pm ET, FOX Sports 1
UCLA at UNLV – 10:30pm ET, CBSSN
Cal Poly at Arizona State – 11pm ET, P12N
Oregon State at Michigan – TBA
Washington State at Rutgers – TBA

Friday, Sept. 18
New Mexico at Arizona State – 10pm ET, P12N

Sat,. Sept. 19
Georgia State at Oregon – 2pm ET, P12N
Utah State at Washington – 5pm ET, P12N
Colorado vs. Colorado State (2) – 7pm ET, CBSSN
California at Texas – 7:30pm ET, FOX
San Jose State at Oregon State – 8pm ET, P12N
Stanford at USC – 8pm ET, Abc
Wyoming at Washington State – 8:30pm ET, P12N
Utah at Fresno State – 10:30pm ET, CBSSN
Byu at UCLA – 10:30pm ET, FOX Sports 1
Northern Arizona at Arizona – 11pm ET, P12N

The Pac-12 also released time and TV for weekday/weeknight games:

Friday, Sept. 25
Stanford at Oregon State – 10pm ET, FOX Sports 1

Thursday, Oct. 8
Washington at USC – 9pm ET, ESPN

Thursday, Oct. 15
UCLA at Stanford – 10:30pm ET, ESPN

Thursday Oct. 22
California at UCLA – 9pm ET, ESPN

Thursday Oct. 29
Oregon at Arizona State – 10:30pm ET, ESPN

Friday, Nov. 13
USC at Colorado – 9pm ET, ESPN2

Friday, Nov. 27
Oregon State at Oregon – 3:30pm or 4pm ET, FOX or FOX Sports 1
Washington State at Washington – 3:30pm or 4pm ET, FOX or FOX Sports 1

Saturday, Dec. 5
Pac-12 Football Championship Game (3) – 7:45pm or 8pm ET, ABC or ESPN

Non-Campus Venues
(1) NRG Stadium, Houston, TX
(2) Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, CO
(3) Levi’s® Stadium, Santa Clara, CA

  1. Squidish
    June 1, 2015 at 5:43 pm

    11 am PT for Georgia St at Oregon.
    Guess who won’t be attending that game.

    And the Civil War and the Apple Cup at the same time! With six Pac-12 games Thanksgiving weekend, separate time slots could not be found for the two Friday games?

    11/28 ASU@Cal
    11/28 UCLA@USC
    11/28 Colo@Utah
    11/28 ND@Stanford

  2. Kyle
    June 1, 2015 at 6:27 pm

    These 11 PM Eastern Kick Offs. Yikes!

  3. phil
    June 1, 2015 at 8:45 pm

    An oversaturation of games on Saturdays in September and then only a few games on during Saturdays in October and November. Pac12 needs to do what SEC does and stagger the non conference games thru out the season to create more balanced content.

  4. Ivan
    June 1, 2015 at 9:58 pm

    On another note, hey FBSschedules… when are we finally going to get the PAC 12 helmet schedules for this upcoming season? What gives?

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