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Week 9 TV Schedule

The Beavers will be in action again Saturday, and for a change, it will be in the daylight!
The Beavers will be in action again Saturday, and for a change, it will be in the daylight!
Steve Dykes

The entire Pac-12 in engaged in conference action this weekend; no byes, no non-conference contests, and almost all of the games are on Saturday! And no Thursday night chaos.

The only non-Saturday game is Friday night at 7 PM PDT, at the Santa Clara 49ers' Levi Stadium, which will also be the host of the Pac-12 Championship Game. It's kind of a trial run, and for Oregon, who will be visiting California, it really could be a trial run, as the Ducks remain the favorite to represent the Pac-12 North in the title game. Fox Sports 1 has the game, and it won't be interrupted by Fox coverage of the World Series, because that's being covered by "Big" FOX.

It could impact attendance though, and will impact traffic, as the Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants will be playing at the same time just up the road in San Francisco.

Oregon St. is also in the bay area this weekend, and right smack in between these events, on El Camino Real, visiting the Farm Saturday for Stanford's Homecoming, Saturday at 12:30 PM. ESPN2 has the coverage, and It's the Beavers' first 12:30 start since early in the 2012 season.

The Pac-12 Saturday schedule, and the Pac-12 Network coverage schedule, actually starts at high noon in Boulder, CO, which is 11 AM PDT, with UCLA visiting Colorado.

The Pac-12 channel then switches to Pullman at 3 PM, an odd time that maximized uneven overlap with other games and therefore minimizes the audience, when Arizona visits Washington St.

The running battle to determine an opponent for what's probably going to be Oregon at Levi's Stadium in December will take on some clarity Saturday night, when USC visits Utah, for an 8 PM MDT start (7 PM PDT) in Salt Lake City, for the biggest game in a long time at Rice-Ecles. Fox Sports 1 will be there too, and again, the World Series will overlap one of the Conference's biggest contests.

The day (and night) wont wrap up until well after 11 PM PDT, as the schedule wraps up with Arizona St.'s Darkness Devils visiting Montlake for a 7:45 PM PDT start against Washington. This game will also have an impact on the Divisional races in both the Pac-12 North and South.

The weekend's football starts in earnest tonight (it actually started Tuesday night, with a Sun Belt battle), with ACC and C-USA games, and then 4 games on Friday night, which in addition to the Oregon-California contest, will also see BYU at Boise St., and as usual will run over 15 hours on Saturday, by the time the Nevada at Hawaii game ends, even later than the 2 Pac-12 night games.

Here's the complete national TV schedule, with times adjusted for East Coast Bias time.

Thu, Oct. 23, 2014 Time (ET) TV
Connecticut @ (18) East Carolina 7:00 PM ESPNU
Miami (FL) @ Virginia Tech 8:00 PM ESPN
Fri, Oct. 24, 2014 Time (ET) TV
South Florida @ Cincinnati 7:00 PM ESPN2
Troy @ South Alabama 7:30 PM ESPNU
Brigham Young @ Boise State 9:00 PM ESPN
(6) Oregon @ California 10:00 PM FS1
Sat, Oct. 25, 2014 Time (ET) TV
UAB @ Arkansas 12:00 PM SECN
Minnesota @ Illinois 12:00 PM ESPNU
Texas @ (11) Kansas State 12:00 PM ESPN
Rutgers @ (16) Nebraska 12:00 PM ESPN2
Maryland @ Wisconsin 12:00 PM BTN/BTN2
North Texas @ Rice 12:00 PM FSN
Memphis @ Southern Methodist 12:00 PM ESPNN
North Carolina @ Virginia 12:30 PM ESPN3/ESPNGP
San Jose State @ Navy 1:00 PM CBSS
Northern Illinois @ Eastern Michigan 1:00 PM ESPN3
(25) UCLA @ Colorado 2:00 PM PACN
Akron @ Ball State 2:00 PM ESPN3
Massachusetts @ Toledo 2:00 PM ESPN3/ESPNGP
Ohio @ Western Michigan 2:00 PM ESPN3
Georgia Southern @ Georgia State 2:00 PM ESPN3
Kent State @ Miami (OH) 2:30 PM ESPN3
(1) Mississippi State @ Kentucky 3:30 PM CBS
Michigan @ (8) Michigan State 3:30 PM ABC/ESPN3
Georgia Tech @ Pittsburgh 3:30 PM ESPNU
Boston College @ Wake Forest 3:30 PM ESPN3/ESPNGP
(22) West Virginia @ Oklahoma State 3:30 PM ESPN
Texas Tech @ (10) TCU 3:30 PM FOX
Oregon State @ Stanford 3:30 PM ESPN2
Florida Atlantic @ (23) Marshall 3:30 PM FS1
Louisiana Tech @ Southern Miss 3:30 PM AMSN
Central Michigan @ Buffalo 3:30 PM ESPN3
Vanderbilt @ Missouri 4:00 PM SECN
Old Dominion @ Western Kentucky 4:00 PM
UNLV @ Utah State 4:00 PM ESPNN
Temple @ UCF 5:00 PM CBSS
(15) Arizona @ Washington State 6:00 PM PACN
Syracuse @ (21) Clemson 7:00 PM ESPNU
UTEP @ Texas-San Antonio 7:00 PM AMSN
Wyoming @ Colorado State 7:00 PM ROOT
Texas State @ Louisiana-Monroe 7:00 PM ESPN3/ESPNGP
(3) Mississippi @ (24) LSU 7:15 PM ESPN
(4) Alabama @ Tennessee 7:30 PM ESPN2
South Carolina @ (5) Auburn 7:30 PM SECN
(13) Ohio State @ Penn State 8:00 PM ABC
(20) USC @ (19) Utah 10:00 PM FS1
(14) Arizona State @ Washington 10:45 PM ESPN
Nevada @ Hawaii 11:59 PM OCPV

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