Pac-12 football fans can catch three games across all Pac-12 Networks, starting at 11:00 a.m. PT
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (Sept. 8, 2014) – Pac-12 Networks announced today its game selections and talent assignments for week four college football coverage on Saturday, September 20.
‘Twas a great Saturday for the Pac-12, highlighted by Oregon winning the biggest non-conference game of the year with a 46-27 victory over Michigan State.
The Conference of Champions dishes head-turning performances on a regular basis. Pac-12 Sports Report wants to know which performance you found most impressive from this past week.
The Pac-12 Conference has released television selections for football games to be played Saturday, Sept. 20, including contests on Pac-12 Networks, the ESPN family of networks and the FOX family of networks.
Going to tell you this up front that there's a heavy kid theme to this week's The Week. Trust me on this one.
Five Pac-12 teams are ranked in the AP top 25 for the second consecutive week – Oregon (No. 2), USC (No. 9), UCLA (No. 12), Stanford (No. 15) and Arizona State (No. 16). The five teams are the second most of any conference behind the SEC’s eight.
Former Oregon State wide receiver Obum Gwacham has made the shift to defensive end and registered two sacks on Saturday vs. Hawai'i.
Pressure up the middle, fumble, hurdle of a tackler… all in a 5-yard gain for Brett Hundley.
The Bruins still had to punt, but that’s making a dollar out of a quarter.
Many people probably didn’t predict that Brett Hundley’s first touchdown pass of 2014 would come five quarters into the season, but it was certainly worth the wait. Look at the touch and the air underneath that ball. Beautiful.