108-game schedule features all teams at least 12 times and 10 Pac-12 Tournament games

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (Sept. 22, 2014) – Pac-12 Networks today announced its women’s basketball telecast schedule with 108 total games across all seven networks, ending the season with 10 Pac-12 Tournament contests from the KeyArena in Seattle, Wash. 


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The Pac-12 Networks’ 2014-15 women’s basketball schedule is out, replete with 108 viewing options. Here’s a sample size of what you can expect on the Networks this coming season:

Nebraska at Washington State (Nov. 19, 8 p.m. PT)


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Downright dazzling performances punctuated the third week in September for the Conference of Champions. Pac-12 Sports Report, on Mondays at 7 PT, wants to know which performance you found most impressive from this past week.


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Once again, five Pac-12 teams are ranked in the latest AP top 25 poll. Oregon remains in the No. 2 spot, while UCLA is 11th, Arizona State is 15th, Stanford is 16th and USC is 18th.


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By Joel Gunderson, special to Pac-12.com
Updated September 21, 2014

It's almost comical how much love Marcus Mariota receives from pundits around the country -- until you watch him.


By Andrew Skaggs, special to Pac-12.com
Updated September 20, 2014

There is something about Cal receiver Chris Harper and his ability to pull off amazing catches on a regular basis.


By Andrew Skaggs, special to Pac-12.com
Updated September 20, 2014

Arizona safety Tra'Mayne Bondurant kept his Wildcats in the game with a fluke interception that was flipped right into his hands.


Steven Nelson continues to haunt San Diego State.


Wide-receiver-turned-defensive-end Obum Gwacham turned heads a couple of weeks ago not only because of the rare position change, but also because he registered two sacks in Oregon State's 38-30 win at Hawai’i.


By Andrew Skaggs, special to Pac-12.com
Updated September 20, 2014

You couldn't have scripted Arizona's comeback win over Cal any better -- assuming you're a Wildcats fan. Cal couldn't imagine a worse way to lose.


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