The Pac-12 released it's preliminary TV schedule for the 2013 season, and get ready to start calling up Direct TV again.
Oregon has two early conference games slated for broadcast on the Pac-12 Network. Oregon's game against Cal on September 28th will be the channel, as well as the next weekend (October 5th) against Colorado.
On top of that, Oregon's opener on August 31st against Nicholls State, as well as the Civil War, on Friday November 29th, will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1. This channel is not even launched yet, though will supposedly replace the Speed Network on Comcast (and I'm assuming most other carriers). No games have been announced for FX, so all Pac-12 matchups will be shown on either Fox, or Fox Sports 1.
The good news? Games against Tennessee, Virginia, and Stanford are all slated for national broadcast on the ABC/ESPN/ESPN2 networks.
Also good news. Oregon's September games are all scheduled for kickoffs before 1pm, which will be a nice break after we had so many night games last season.
Below you can see the full list of Oregon's announced TV games.
Aug 31: Nicholls State vs. Oregon, 1pm, Fox Sports 1
Sept 7: Oregon vs. Virginia, 12:30pm, ESPN2
Sept 14: Tennessee vs. Oregon, 12:30pm, ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
Sept 28: California vs. Oregon, TBD, Pac-12 Networks
Oct 5: Oregon vs. Colorado, TBD, Pac-12 Networks
Thursday, Nov 7: Oregon vs. Stanford, 6pm, ESPN
Friday, Nov 29: Oregon State vs. Oregon, 4pm, Fox Sports 1