Following the opening game on Sept. 1st, the Ducks following two games (Sept. 8, 3:30 p.m. against Fresno State and Sept. 15, 12 noon, against Tennessee Tech) will be aired on the new Pac-12 Television Network.
The first four games of Oregon's schedule next season will be played at Autzen Stadium. The Ducks will play Arizona in the conference opener at Autzen on Sept. 22, with a start time yet to be determined. The Oregon Arizona game will be telecast on either ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC.
Oregon' first road game will be at Century Link Stadium in Seattle against Washington State on Sept. 29. The start time for that game has also not yet been determined.
Oregon plays at home against Washington on Oct. 6 with a start time TBD.
The following week the Ducks take on the Arizona State Sun Devils in Tempe with a start time of 6 p.m. (PT) in a game carried by ESPN.
Two of the last five games of the season are home games for Oregon (Colorado, Oct. 27; Stanford, Nov. 17). The Nov. 3rd match up with USC at the LA Coliseum, the Nov. 10th game against Cal nor the Civil War against Oregon State in Corvallis have starting times yet published.
According to a media release from the University of Oregon the formation of the Pac-12 Network, along with new television contracts that go into effect this year with ESPN and FOX, will allow for the telecast of every football game for all Pac-12 Conference schools, with the Pac-12 Network to air 15 games in the first three weeks of the 2012 season.
The Pac-12 Networks will kick-off its 35-game football schedule with six games during the opening week (August 30-September 1), including two on Thursday, one on Friday and three more on Saturday.
Arizona, Cal, Oregon and Stanford each have two Pac-12 Network appearances during the first three weeks of the season, while ASU, Colorado, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah, Washington and Washington State have one. USC makes its debut on the networks the following week.
The Pac-12 Networks launch August 15 and will consist of one national and six regional networks devoted solely to the Pac-12. In addition to the hundreds of live televised Pac-12 sporting events, Pac-12 Networks subscribers will have access to their carrier's TV Everywhere platform, providing access to all Pac-12 Networks programming on any device through their broadband service.
Pac-12 Network programming will appear nationally on Comcast, with negotiations ongoing for satellite providers (DIRECTV and Dish Network) to air the programming.
Oregon's Official 2012 Football Schedule
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