Colorado football coach Mike MacIntyre is excited for quarterback Sefo Liufau to return the field, as he revealed at Pac-12 Football Media Days last week.

It’s time to follow the Pac-12 to Rio! Leading into the 2016 Olympic Games, Pac-12 Networks Insider will profile its on-air talent with Olympic ties. Whether they’re broadcasters, competitors or have accomplished both feats, we have you covered.

Washington's Chris Petersen won't buy in to preseason hype. 

Read some of the highlights from Thursday at Pac-12 Football Media Days in Hollywood, California. 

Oregon State's Gary Andersen says "The Drive" helped recruiting.

Oregon's Mark Helfrich discusse Devon Allen's Olympic qualification. 

Arizona's RichRod discusses who will be his starting quarterback. 

Updated July 14, 2016

Stanford football is picked to win the Pac-12 North for the first time ever. 


Channel to launch by Sept. 1 in time for college football season

SAN FRANCISCO (July 14, 2016) – Pac-12 Networks confirmed today that Frontier Communications will launch Pac-12 Network in high definition to its subscribers in Southern California in time for the 2016 football season.

For FiOS TV customers in Los Angeles, Pac-12 Network will be available on Frontier’s Preferred tier and in Palm Springs, Pac-12 Network will be offered on Frontier’s Extreme tier.


All Pac-12 Football and Championship Events Available to Additional Subscribers



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