UCLA vs. Oregon, Pac-12 Championship Game Start Time, TV Schedule And More

The 2011 Pac-12 Championship is here. While the UCLA Bruins will be heavy underdogs on Friday evening, the team has nothing to lose and it would quite the story if they sent Rick Neuheisel out on a winning note.

The Oregon Ducks feature a high-flying offense and a packed house is expected at Autzen Stadium. Should UO come away with a victory, a bid to the Rose Bowl is expected. Here is all of the game day coverage:

Start Time: Kickoff is set for 5:20 p.m. PDT from Eugene. 

TV Schedule: The game will be televised nationally by FOX with Gus Johnson and Charles Davis in the booth, while Tim Brewster reports from the sideline.  

Local Radio: AM 570 (KLAC) and the Bruin IMG Radio Network (Chris Roberts, Matt Stevens and Wayne Cook) will radio broadcast the contest.

National Radio: The game will also be broadcast nationally on ESPN Radio (Dave Fleming, David Norris, Ian Fitzsimmons) and SIRIUS XM (Ch. 91).

Weather Report: It'll be a chilly night for the championship game. While there is no rain or snow in the forecast, temperatures will be in the low-30's at kickoff.

Team Sites: Bruins NationAddicted To Quack

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