The Pac-12 Network offers live sporting events played by teams in the Pac-12 Conference of college teams, including football and basketball. As of 2015, the network airs 850 live sporting events a year, up from 550 when it was launched in 2012.Continue Reading
Although men's basketball and football dominate the programming, the network also airs women's sports and Olympic sports.
Football games scheduled to air on the Pac-12 network in fall of 2015 include the University of Southern California's season opener against Arkansas State on Sept. 5. The network also plans to air the University of Southern California's game against the University of Idaho the following week.
College football programming also shows up during the summer. The network airs replays of games such as the 2015 Rose Bowl between the University of Oregon and Florida State University, the 2014 clash of the University of Southern California and the University of Arizona, and Washington State University taking on the University of Utah.
Other programming on the network includes coverage of the 2015 Pac-12 Media Days and shows such as "The 12 Best: Football Games of the Year (2014)." The network has a total of 400 hours of wrap-around programming when it is not showing live events.Learn more about Art & Literature