Fans in the L.A. area love their USC Trojans and UCLA Bruins, and now folks from all around the country will get to watch their favorite teams each and every week on various networks. With the new Pac-12 TV deal, just about every football game played from now on will be on either ABC, a FOX affiliate, an ESPN network or the Pac-12 Network.
The conference released start times and the TV coverage for quite a few Trojans and Bruins games next season. We'll take a look at them after the jump.
The Trojans will open their season on September 1 at 4:30 p.m. PST against Hawaii. FOX will air the game live. Their next game against Syracuse will be the national ABC game at 12:30.
USC's first Pac-12 game on September 15 against Stanford will be on FOX and is scheduled to begin at 4:30. Their Pac-12 home opener against Cal on September 22 will be on the Pac-12 Networks. Time is TBA.
Their one Thursday night game (Oct. 4) at Utah will be picked up by ESPN. USC's showdown with Notre Dame, which is the season finale, will be on ABC or ESPN. Time is TBA.
UCLA's season opener against Rice will be on CBS Sports Network. The Bruins' home opener against Nebraska on September 8 will be a national broadcast by FOX. That game is set for 4:30 p.m. Their debut on the Pac-12 Network will come September 15 as the team hosts Houston in the Rose Bowl.