- Ted Miller, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Pac-12 Networks go live at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET. The new Pac-12.com is now up and running.
Yes, there will be some glitches. Yes, you might be infuriated that your satellite provider is ignoring what you want. Or that your cable provider is going lame-o by only broadcasting the regional network, as Cox is apparently doing in Arizona. You might have trouble signing on for your "TV anywhere," as my Cox Web page keeps locking up.
You should make sure to complain as much and as loudly as possible.
Still, the good news is the glitches should mostly work themselves out and you can wallow in the simple idea that every Pac-12 football and men's basketball game will be on TV from now on.
Here's a list of the Pac-12 Network's on-air talent:
Ashley Adamson, studio host & anchor
Adam Archuleta, analyst
Kevin Calabro, game announcer
Curtis Conway, analyst
Dave Flemming, game announcer
Ronnie Lott, analyst
Ryan Nece, sideline reporter/analyst
Rick Neuheisel, analyst
Brooke Olzendam, sideline reporter
Glenn Parker, analyst
Ted Robinson, game announcer
Yogi Roth, sideline reporter/analyst
Summer Sanders, features contributor
Mike Yam, studio host & anchor
And here's the football preview schedule:
Aug. 15 at 7 PM PT – Pac-12 Conference outlook
Aug. 16 at 8 PM PT – Oregon
Aug. 18 at 7 PM PT – Colorado
Aug. 18 at 9:30 PM PT – Utah
Aug. 19 at 7 PM PT – Arizona
Aug. 19 at 9:30 PM PT – Arizona State
Aug. 20 at 8 PM PT – Washington State
Aug. 21 at 8 PM PT – Washington
Aug. 22 at 8 PM PT – Oregon State
Aug. 23 at 8 PM PT – Stanford
Aug. 25 at 5 PM PT – UCLA
Aug. 25 at 7:30 PM PT – California
Aug. 26 at 7:30 PM PT – USC
The Pac-12 Networks go live at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET. The new Pac-12.com is now up and running.Yes, there will be some glitches. Yes, you might be infuriated that your satellite provider is ignoring what you want.