WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22


 

Women’s Basketball Media Day LIVE
Pac-12 Networks - 12 p.m. PT
Hosts: Ashley Adamson, Ros Gold-Onwude and Mary Murphy (@realmarymurphy)

Pac-12 Networks gears up for the start of the 2014-15 Women’s Basketball season with extensive coverage of Women’s Basketball Media Day live from the Pac-12 Conference headquarters in San Francisco. Coverage will feature interviews with key players and coaches from all 12 schools as the countdown to another exciting Pac-12 basketball season officially gets underway.


 

The Drive
Pac-12 Networks - 7 p.m. PT

 

UCLA heads up the coast to do battle with the California Golden Bears at Memorial Stadium as conference play continues to roll along.


 

Women’s Volleyball: No. 15 Arizona (16-4, 5-3) at No. 11 Oregon (15-3, 5-3)
#AZvsUO
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Arizona / Pac-12 Oregon – 7:30 p.m. PT
Announcers: Krista Blunk (@kristablunk) and Tammy Blackburn (@TBlackburn25)

Top-15 programs meet at the net in Eugene as the No. 15 Wildcats head to Oregon to battle the 11th-ranked Ducks. Both teams are tied for third-place in the conference standings at 5-3 behind 8-0 Stanford and Washington.


 

Women’s Volleyball: No. 19 USC (11-7, 4-4) at California (8-10, 0-8)
#USCvsCAL
Pac-12 Bay Area / Pac-12 Los Angeles / Pac-12 Mountain / Pac-12 Washington – 7:30 p.m. PT
Announcers: Rich Burk (@RichBurk1) and Mike Dodd

No. 19 USC travels to the East Bay to battle the Bears in Women's Volleyball action on the Networks. Junior All-American Samantha Bricio is aiming for an encore performance at Haas Pavilion after tallying 14 kills, 13 digs and five aces in last year's 3-1 Trojans' win in Berkeley.


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23


 

Men’s Basketball Media Day LIVE
Pac-12 Networks - 10 a.m. PT
Hosts: Mike Yam, Don MacLean and Kevin O’Neill

Pac-12 Networks gears up for the start of the 2014-15 Men’s Basketball season with extensive coverage of Men’s Basketball Media Day live from the Pac-12 Conference headquarters in San Francisco. Coverage will feature interviews with key players and coaches from all 12 schools as the countdown to another exciting Pac-12 basketball season officially gets underway.


 

Men’s Soccer: San Diego State (7-7-0, 1-4-0) at Oregon State (8-5-1, 1-3-1)
#SDSUvsOSU
Pac-12 Networks – 2 p.m. PT
Announcers: Rich Cellini and Kelly Gray (@kelgray22)

The Beavers play host to San Diego State as Men's Soccer action strikes onto the pitch. Oregon State is aiming to snap a three-match winless streak and avenge a 1-0 loss to the Aztecs last Thursday.


 

The Pac-12 Men’s Basketball All-Star team, comprised of players from each of the 12 universities in the conference, is featured in a documentary-style program as it competes against professional teams in China.


 

Men’s Soccer: No. 6 UCLA (8-3-3, 3-1-1) at No. 4 Washington (10-2-1, 3-1-1)
#UCLAvsUW
Pac-12 Networks – 7:30 p.m. PT
Announcers: Christian Miles (@christianmiles) and Cobi Jones (@cobijones)

First-place UCLA treks to Seattle to take on the Huskies in a primetime Men's Soccer matchup on the Networks. UCLA is riding a three-match unbeaten streak, including a 2-1 victory over UW last Thursday in Los Angeles.


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24


 

Women’s Soccer: No. 24 Washington State (8-2-3, 3-2-1) at Colorado (10-5-0, 3-3-0)
#WSUvsCU
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Arizona / Pac-12 Los Angeles / Pac-12 Mountain / Pac-12 Oregon / Pac-12 Washington – 2 p.m. PT
Announcers: JB Long and Krista Blunk (@kristablunk)

The Cougars and Buffs collide on the pitch as Women's Soccer action kicks off Friday's slate of events on the Networks. Washington State has captured all three meetings from the Buffs since CU joined the conference in 2011, outscoring Colorado 8-0 in those three matches.


 

Field Hockey: No. 3 Stanford vs. California
#STANvsCAL
Pac-12 Bay Area – 2 p.m. PT
Announcers: Brian Webber (@bwwebber) and Leah Secondo

Bay Area rivals collide on the pitch as Field Hockey action blades onto the Networks. No. 3 Stanford has won nine-straight matches dating back to September 14th when it last dropped a 1-0 decision to Albany.


 

Men’s Water Polo: No. 3 Stanford at No. 4 UCLA
#STANvsUCLA
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Bay Area / Pac-12 Los Angeles – 4 p.m. PT
Announcers: Jim Watson and Greg Mescall (@gregmescall)

Top-five Water Polo programs splash onto the Networks as Stanford and UCLA battle in the pool. Stanford has won three-straight, including a 7-6 victory over the Bruins on October 12th, but UCLA captured a 9-7 decision on September 21st.


 

Women’s Volleyball: No, 18 Arizona State at No. 11 Oregon
#ASUvsUO
Pac-12 Arizona / Pac-12 Mountain / Pac-12 Oregon / Pac-12 Washington – 4 p.m. PT
Announcers: Chris Marlowe (@ChrisMarlowe) and Dain Blanton

Top-20 Volleyball programs serve onto the Networks as 18th-ranked Arizona State battles 11th-ranked Oregon at the net. The two programs split last year's season series after Oregon won in Tempe and ASU came way victorious in Eugene.


 

Women’s Volleyball: No. 17 UCLA at No. 1 Stanford
#UCLAvsSTAN
Pac-12 Networks – 6 p.m. PT
Announcers: Paul Sunderland (@paulbsundy) and Al Scates

No. 17 UCLA spikes into Maples to take on top-ranked Stanford in a top-20 Women's Volleyball showdown. The Bruins have won two-straight and three of their last four, while Stanford eyes to improve to 19-0 on the season.


 

Women’s Volleyball: Utah (12-7, 2-6) at No. 3 Washington (19-0, 8-0)
#UTAHvsUW
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Bay Area / Pac-12 Los Angeles / Pac-12 Mountain / Pac-12 Washington – 8 p.m. PT
Announcers: Anne Marie Anderson (@AnneMAnderson) and Tammy Blackburn (@TBlackburn25)

Upset-minded Utah strides into Seattle eyeing an upset of No. 3 Washington as Women's Volleyball action serves onto the Networks. UW's 19-0 start is its third-best in program history behind a 22-0 spree in 2004 and a 23-0 start in 2005.


 

Women’s Volleyball: No. 15 Arizona at Oregon State
#AZvsOSU
Pac-12 Arizona / Pac-12 Oregon – 8 p.m. PT
Announcers: Rich Burk (@RichBurk1) and Mike Dodd

No. 15 Arizona concludes its road swing through Oregon with a trip to Corvallis as the Beavers and Wildcats play a Women's Volleyball night cap. The Wildcats have won eight-straight meetings over the Beavers dating back to November 7, 2009 when UA last dropped a four-set decision to OSU.


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25


 

Sonic Pre-Game Show
Pac-12 Networks – 10 a.m. PT
Hosts: Mike Yam, Rick Neuheisel, Curtis Conway and Jake Plummer

 

Mike Yam and the guys get you set for game day providing insight, analysis, news and updates for every Pac-12 game leading up to kickoff.


 

Footballl: No. 25 UCLA at Colorado
#UCLAvsCU
Pac-12 Networks – 11 a.m. PT
Announcers: Kevin Calabro (@realkcalabro) and Yogi Roth; Sideline: Lewis Johnson (@LewisJohnsonMG)

The 25th-ranked Bruins travel to Boulder to battle the Buffs as College Football Saturday on the Networks kicks off with a matinee. UCLA leads the all-time series 7-2 over CU and has captured the last three meetings.


 

Dr. Pepper Post-Game Report
Pac-12 Networks – 2:30 p.m. PT
Hosts: Mike Yam, Rick Neuheisel, Curtis Conway and Jake Plummer

 

Mike Yam and the guys provide an in-depth recap, including instant analysis and post-game interviews from players and coaches.


 

Footballl: No. 15 Arizona at Washington State
#AZvsWSU
Pac-12 Networks – 3 p.m. PT
Announcers: Ted Robinson (@tedjrobinson) and Glenn Parker; Sideline: Jill Savage (@Jill_Savage)

Action heads to Pullman for the second leg of the Networks' football twin billing as the 15th-ranked Wildcats and Cougars collide in the Palouse. Washington State is seeking its first victory over a ranked team in Martin Stadium since 2006, a 34-23 decision over No. 16 Oregon.


 

Dr. Pepper Post-Game Report
Pac-12 Networks – 6:30 p.m. / 11 p.m. PT
Hosts: Mike Yam, Rick Neuheisel, Curtis Conway and Jake Plummer

 

Mike Yam and the guys recap all the day’s action from another college football Saturday, including highlights, interviews and analysis.


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26


 

Men’s Soccer: No. 6 UCLA at Oregon State
#UCLAvsOSU
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Arizona / Pac-12 Bay Area / Pac-12 Los Angeles / Pac-12 Oregon – 11 a.m. PT
Announcers: Rich Cellini and Kelly Gray (@kelgray22)

 


 

Women’s Volleyball: Utah at Washington State
#UTAHvsWSU
Pac-12 Mountain / Pac-12 Washington – 11 a.m. PT
Announcers: Kelly Gray (@kevbarn14) and Al Scates

 


 

Women’s Soccer: No. 1 UCLA at Oregon
#UCLAvsUO
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Los Angeles / Pac-12 Oregon – 1 p.m. PT
Announcers: Rich Burk (@RichBurk1) and Christopher Sullivan (@SULLIVANFUTBOL)

 


 

Women’s Soccer: California at Arizona
#CALvsAZ
Pac-12 Arizona / Pac-12 Bay Area – 1 p.m. PT
Announcers: Ann Schatz (@AnnSchatzPdx) and Kyndra de St. Aubin (@Kyndrasports)

 


 

Women’s Volleyball: Colorado at No. 3 Washington
#CUvsUW
Pac-12 Mountain / Pac-12 Washington – 1 p.m. PT
Announcers: Anne Marie Anderson (@AnneMAnderson) and Tammy Blackburn (@TBlackburn25)

 


 

Women’s Volleyball: No. 17 UCLA at California
#UCLAvsCAL
Pac-12 Network / Pac-12 Arizona / Pac-12 Bay Area / Pac-12 Los Angeles / Pac-12 Mountain – 3 p.m. PT
Announcers: JB Long and Holly McPeak (@hmcpeak1)

 


 

Men’s Soccer: San Diego State at No. 4 Washington
#SDSUvsUW
Pac-12 Oregon / Pac-12 Washington – 3 p.m. PT
Announcers: Christian Miles (@christianmiles) and Cobi Jones (@cobijones)

 


 

Women’s Volleyball: No. 19 USC at No. 1 Stanford
#USCvsSTAN
Pac-12 Networks – 5 p.m. PT
Announcers: Brian Webber and Kevin Wong

 


MONDAY, OCTOBER 27


 

Pac-12 Sports Report
Pac-12 Networks – 7 p.m. PT
Hosts: Ashley Adamson and JB Long

 

Catch the flagship show of Pac-12 Networks as hosts Ashley Adamson and JB Long spotlight the major stories within the Conference of Champions with commentary, recaps, analysis, features and the #12best plays of the week.


TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28


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Football Weekly
Pac-12 Networks -- 7 p.m. PT
Hosts: Mike Yam, Rick Neuheisel, Glenn Parker

 

Football never stops with hosts Mike Yam, Rick Neuheisel and Glenn Parker as they provide the latest news and expert analysis to satisfy the football faithful.


 

In a mid-season top-10 showdown, fifth-ranked Oregon hosted ninth-ranked Stanford as Darron Thomas and LaMichael James combined for seven touchdowns in a sensational shootout against Andrew Luck and the Cardinal.


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One-on-One: Mike MacIntyre and Kyle Whittingham
Pac-12 Networks -- 9 p.m. PT
Host: Yogi Roth

 

Yogi Roth goes in-depth with Colorado’s Mike MacIntyre and Utah’s Kyle Whittingham as each coach discusses and analyzes the 2014 football season.