The Ducks' next game Oct. 14 against UCLA has been chosen to be televised by ABC as part of the Pacific-10 Conference's television agreement with the network, with kickoff to remain at 12:30 p.m.
Oregon's games vs. Portland State and Arizona (Nov. 18) will be televised by the Oregon Sports Network, with game time against the Vikings changed to 4 p.m. Kickoff for the Arizona game will remain at 12:30 p.m.
The Oregon Sports Network affiliates include KEZI (9) in Eugene-Springfield, KRCW (CW 32) in Portland, KDRV in Medford, KOHD in Bend and KDKF in Klamath Falls. In addition, all Oregon Sports Network telecasts can be viewed online through the O-Zone subscription option of the athletic department's official website, www.GoDucks.com.
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