The first nationally televised game involving a Pac-10 team in college football betting occurs on the opening weekend as USC is at Hawaii on Thursday, September 2nd on ESPN.
College football bet action on Pac-10 teams will get a lot of TV coverage in the opening week. On Friday, September 3rd it will be Arizona at Toledo. Saturday’s action has UCLA at Kansas State on ABC, Washington State at Oklahoma State on FSN, Washington at BYU on CBS College and Oregon State vs. TCU on ESPN.
Week 2 of the college football betting season has Colorado at California on FSN, Oregon at Tennessee on ESPN 2, Virginia at USC on FSN and Stanford at UCLA on ESPN. The third week of the college football season is a very good one for TV action in the Pac-10. On Friday, September 17th it is California at Nevada on ESPN 2. Saturday’s action has Washington State at SMU on CBS College, USC at Minnesota on ESPN, Arizona State at Wisconsin on ABC, Nebraska at Washington on ABC, Iowa at Arizona on ESPN, Houston at UCLA on FSN and Wake Forest at Stanford on ESPN 2.
September 25th has at least four games on national TV from the Pac-10. It will be Stanford at Notre Dame on NBC, Oregon at Arizona State on FSN, UCLA at Texas on ABC and Oregon State at Boise State on either ESPN or ABC.
October has some key games in the Pac-10 that have been selected already for certain networks. ABC, ESPN or ESPN 2 will have Washington at USC on October 2nd while Stanford is at Oregon on ESPN. Some other games throughout the season have also been selected for TV. USC is at Stanford on ABC on October 9th. California is at USC on FSN the following week. UCLA is at Oregon on ESPN on October 21st while Oregon is at USC on ABC on October 30th. The November 6th game between USC and Arizona State will be on ABC while the next week on ABC it is USC at Arizona. November 18th has UCLA at Washington on ESPN while on November 20th it is Stanford at Cal on FSN. Other TV games to end the year will be USC at Oregon State, UCLA at Arizona State, Arizona at Oregon, Notre Dame at USC and Arizona State at Arizona.