Pac-12 Networks to telecast complete coverage, analysis of 2015 college bowl games

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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (December 18, 2015) – With a record 10 teams making bowl appearances this year, Pac-12 Networks will #BackThePac and provide the most comprehensive coverage of all Pac-12 bowl games through studio programming and live, on-site interviews from the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

It all begins Saturday, December 19 at 10 p.m. PT with a half-hour ‘Pac-12 Final Score’ featuring Mike Yam, Don MacLean and Kevin O’Neill setting up men’s and women’s basketball coverage, in addition to recapping all the action from the Gildan New Mexico Bowl and the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl.

Pac-12 Networks will be on the ground in Pasadena for Rose Bowl action with Ashley Adamson, Yogi Roth and former Iowa Hawkeye Anthony Herron on-site. Yam and Nigel Burton anchor the coverage from Pac-12 Networks headquarters. Both on-air talent teams combine to bring viewers in-depth reporting prior to and after the No. 6 Stanford Cardinal matchup against No. 5 Iowa. Pac-12 Networks will close out the day with the ‘Rose Bowl Postgame Show’ exclusively on Pac-12 Bay Area, and ‘Pac-12 Final Score’ which will include postgame press conferences from both schools.

Pac-12 Bowl Games are as follows:

Saturday, December 19; 11:00am - New Mexico Bowl (Arizona vs. New Mexico) - ESPN

Saturday, December 19; 12:30pm - Las Vegas Bowl (Utah vs. BYU) - ABC

Saturday, December 26; 11:00am - Sun Bowl (Washington State vs. Miami) - CBS

Saturday, December 26; 11:20am  - Heart of Dallas Bowl (Washington vs. Southern Mississippi) - ESPN

Saturday, December 26; 6:15pm - Foster Farms Bowl (UCLA vs. Nebraska) - ESPN

Tuesday, December 29; 11:00am - Armed Forces Bowl (Cal vs. Air Force) - ESPN

Wednesday, December 30; 7:30pm - Holiday Bowl (USC vs. Wisconsin) - ESPN

Friday, January 1; 2:00pm - Rose Bowl (Stanford vs. Iowa) - ESPN

Saturday, January 2; 3:45pm - Alamo Bowl (Oregon vs. TCU) - ESPN

Saturday, January 2; 7:15pm - Cactus Bowl (Arizona State vs. West Virginia) - ESPN

Pac-12.com will also be the go-to site for complete bowl coverage of all 10 games, in addition to game highlights.

Please see the chart below for the list of studio programming in support of bowl season. Times listed are in PST.

DATE

TIME

SHOW

ON-AIR TALENT

12/19

10 p.m.

Pac-12 Final Score

Mike Yam, Don MacLean, Kevin O’Neill

12/21

10 p.m.

Pac-12 Sports Report

Mike Yam, Kate Scott

12/22

5 p.m.

Inside Pac-12 Football

Mike Yam, Yogi Roth, Chad Brown

12/28

10 p.m.

Pac-12 Sports Report

Mike Yam, Ashley Adamson

12/30

6 p.m.

Inside Pac-12 Football

Mike Yam, Yogi Roth, Nigel Burton

1/1

1 p.m.

Rose Bowl Pre-Game Show

Mike Yam, Nigel Burton, Ashley Adamson, Yogi Roth, Anthony Herron

1/1

6 p.m.

Rose Bowl Post-Game Show

Mike Yam, Nigel Burton, Ashley Adamson, Yogi Roth, Anthony Herron

1/1

10 p.m.

Pac-12 Final Score

Mike Yam, Nigel Burton

1/4

9 p.m.

Pac-12 Sports Report

Mike Yam, Ashley Adamson

1/5

8 p.m.

Inside Pac-12 Football

Mike Yam, Curtis Conway, Yogi Roth

1/11

9 p.m.

Pac-12 Sports Report

Mike Yam, Ashley Adamson

1/12

8 p.m.

Inside Pac-12 Football

Mike Yam, Curtis Conway, Matt Leinart

Most Pac-12 Networks' customers do have access to all seven networks via the Pac-12 Now TV Everywhere service by simply logging in at Pac-12.com/now or through the Pac-12 Now app.

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