2018 Pac-12 football schedule announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The 2018 Pac-12 Football Schedule has been officially announced. Conference play begins on Saturday, Sept. 8 with USC at Stanford.

All games played at Pac-12 sites will be televised by either an ESPN network, ABC, FOX, FOX Sports 1 or the Pac-12 Networks.

Prominent non-conference games in 2018 include Michigan State at Arizona State, BYU at Arizona State, North Carolina at California, Colorado at Nebraska, Oregon State at Ohio State, Stanford at Notre Dame, UCLA at Oklahoma, USC at Texas, Utah at NIU, Auburn vs. Washington (in Atlanta, GA), and Washington State at Wyoming.

The 2018 Pac-12 Championship Game will be played on Friday, Nov. 30 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA.

2018 Pac-12 Football Schedules

North Division

South Division

2018 Pac-12 Football Schedule (Composite)

Thursday, Aug. 30
Weber State at Utah

Saturday, Sept. 1
BYU at Arizona
UTSA at Arizona State
UNLV at USC
Cincinnati at UCLA
Colorado vs. Colorado State (1)
Bowling Green at Oregon
Oregon State at Ohio State
Washington vs. Auburn (2)
Washington State at Wyoming
North Carolina at California
San Diego State at Stanford

Saturday, Sept. 8
Arizona at Houston
Michigan State at Arizona State
USC at Stanford
UCLA at Oklahoma
Colorado at Nebraska
Utah at Northern Illinois
Portland State at Oregon
Southern Utah at Oregon State
North Dakota at Washington
San Jose State at Washington State
California at BYU

Saturday, Sept. 15
Southern Utah at Arizona
Arizona State at San Diego State
USC at Texas
Fresno State at UCLA
New Hampshire at Colorado
Washington at Utah
San Jose State at Oregon
Oregon State at Nevada
Eastern Washington at Washington State
Idaho State at California
UC Davis at Stanford

Friday, Sept. 21
Washington State at USC

Saturday, Sept. 22
Arizona at Oregon State
Arizona State at Washington
Stanford at Oregon
Bye – California, Colorado, UCLA, Utah

Friday, Sept. 28
UCLA at Colorado

Saturday, Sept. 29
USC at Arizona
Oregon State at Arizona State
Utah at Washington State
Oregon at California
BYU at Washington
Stanford at Notre Dame

Saturday, Oct. 6
California at Arizona
Arizona State at Colorado
Washington at UCLA
Utah at Stanford
Washington State at Oregon State
Bye – Oregon, USC

Friday, Oct. 12
Arizona at Utah

Saturday, Oct. 13
Colorado at USC
UCLA at California
Washington at Oregon
Bye – Arizona State, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington State

Thursday, Oct. 18
Stanford at Arizona State

Saturday, Oct. 20
Arizona at UCLA
USC at Utah
Colorado at Washington
Oregon at Washington State
California at Oregon State

Friday, Oct. 26
Utah at UCLA

Saturday, Oct. 27
Oregon at Arizona
Arizona State at USC
Oregon State at Colorado
Washington at California
Washington State at Stanford

Friday, Nov. 2
Colorado at Arizona

Saturday, Nov. 3
Utah at Arizona State
USC at Oregon State
UCLA at Oregon
Stanford at Washington
California at Washington State

Saturday, Nov. 10
UCLA at Arizona State
California at USC
Washington State at Colorado
Oregon at Utah
Oregon State at Stanford
Bye – Arizona, Washington

Saturday, Nov. 17
Arizona at Washington State
Arizona State at Oregon
USC at UCLA
Utah at Colorado
Oregon State at Washington
Stanford at California

Friday, Nov. 23
Oregon at Oregon State
Washington at Washington State

Saturday, Nov. 24
Arizona State at Arizona
Notre Dame at USC
Stanford at UCLA
BYU at Utah
Colorado at California

Friday, Nov. 30
Pac-12 Football Championship Game (3) (FOX)

1) Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colo.
2) Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Ga.
3) Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.

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Comments (5)

Why in the world could they not have Stanford vs.Cal and UCLA vs.Colorado on the last Saturday in November to avoid cross divison matchups 6 days before the championship game?

The conference never seems to have set rivalry-week games. Part of this is likely due to Notre Dame’s series with USC and Stanford; before 2005 the conference didn’t play round-robin too. But you’d think by now they’d at least minimize the cross-division games at the end of the season and could work out a simple 2-year pattern of games with a single cross-over game, between a NoCal and SoCal team.