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Pac-12 Sports Report debuts Sept. 16
Series premiere of Pac-12 Sports Report Monday, Sept. 16 at 9 p.m. features interview with Olympic Gold Medalist and Cal freshman Missy Franklin
This Monday, Sept. 16 at 9 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Networks debuts its flagship studio show Pac-12 Sports Report. Hosted by JB Long and Ashley Adamson, the one-hour weekly show will discuss all things Pac-12, offering highlights and recaps on all in-season Olympic sports, football and basketball. Long and Adamson will also provide fans with reviews, previews and commentary on the week’s biggest events and will be joined by various guests for additional insight and analysis.
The show also boasts weekly features highlighting current and former student-athletes and coaches, both on and off the field, kicking off with Ashley Adamson catching up with Olympic Gold Medalist and Cal freshman Missy Franklin. Viewers will get a special look into what life is now like for the four-time Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer as she makes the transition to college student-athlete at the University of California, Berkeley. See the above clip for a preview. All features will be available later on the Sports Report show page, http://pac-12.com/shows/pac-12-sports-report.
In addition to 1-on-1 interviews, Pac-12 Sports Report also seeks to engage fans by integrating social media into the show. Viewers who tune in will be able to participate using the hastag #Pac12Report on Twitter and may have their photos or tweets featured on the show.
Pac-12 Networks is very excited to debut Pac-12 Sports Report to provide additional exposure and coverage for Pac-12 sport programs, which hold an impressive 459 National Champions to date. Sports Report will air every Monday at 9:00 p.m. PT during football season. For insight to upcoming episodes, additional behind-the-scenes videos or to catch what you missed, visit www.pac-12.com.