'Pac-12 Sports Report' and 'Pac-12 Football Weekly' return for second season
Dynamic pair of one-hour studio shows lead off Pac-12 Networks’ weekly programming slate for 2014-15 season
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (August 6, 2014) – This fall, Pac-12 Networks returns a pair of shows that each week will give fans more inside access and exclusive content covering all the Pac-12’s championship-caliber sport programs and student-athletes. The Networks’ flagship show, Pac-12 Sports Report, makes its season two debut Monday, August 25 at 7:00 p.m. PT, followed by the premiere of Pac-12 Football Weekly Tuesday, August 26 at 7:00 p.m. PT.
Hosted by JB Long and Ashley Adamson, Pac-12 Sports Report gives fans the latest news, highlights and happenings across the Conference each week with game recaps, analysis, interviews and features. With Pac-12 Sports Report expanding to one-hour and running continuously throughout the 2014-15 season, each weekly show will feature a variety of elements that will inform, as well as entertain.
New this season, Pac-12 Sports Report will include a graphic rundown on the side of the screen to better keep viewers informed on what’s coming up next. The show will also enlist the opinions and viewpoints of fans shared on social media channels within various segments like ‘Leader of the Pac,’ recognizing the week’s top performer and ’12 Best,’ a countdown of the week’s top moments. Snippets of Pac-12.com’s popular webisode series ‘Statisfaction’ will also be featured regularly.
Click here for an entertaining look at highlights from season one of Pac-12 Sports Report.
Pac-12 Football Weekly returns on a new day this season, airing Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. PT each week with the latest news, rankings and analysis from around college football. Emmy-nominated analyst Rick Neuheisel joins host Mike Yam and a weekly rotation of analysts that includes Ronnie Lott, Jake Plummer, Curtis Conway, Yogi Roth, Glenn Parker and Nick Aliotti.
Every week, the crew will analyze the matchups and storylines surrounding upcoming games, plus starting in late October, break down the latest College Football Playoff poll. Each edition of Pac-12 Football Weekly will also include an exclusive interview with a student-athlete or coach, as well as our analysts sharing their expertise with viewers through play demonstrations and film sessions.
To check out the best moments from last season’s Pac-12 Football Weekly, click here.
Each week, both shows kick off Pac-12 Networks’ jammed-packed fall programming schedule that features over 100 live events across seven sports.