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Pac-12 Football Saturday TV Schedule Highlighted By Arizona Vs. Oregon

After the USC vs. Stanford teaser last week, the Pac-12 has its first week of conference battles on Saturday, with five games on the docket, highlighted by the two prolific offenses of the Arizona Wildcats and Oregon Ducks meeting in Eugene. Both the USC Trojans and UCLA Bruins are home in Los Angeles on the same day for the first of three times this season. Here is a look at the Saturday Pac-12 television schedule.

12:30 p.m. - Oregon St. Beavers (1-0) at UCLA (3-0), ABC/ESPN2: The battle of undefeated teams is a tad misleading, as the Beavers have played just one game, but the matchup is intriguing with the No. 19 Bruins battling an Oregon State team looking to improve on its current No. 26, outside-looking-in status.

1 p.m. - Colorado Buffaloes (0-3) at Washington St. Cougars (2-1), FX: Colorado has been terrible to start the season, with a home loss to Sacramento State and a 69-14 drubbing by Fresno State in the last two weeks. The Cougars have an excellent chance to improve to 3-1, hosting Colorado in Pullman.

3 p.m. - Cal Bears (1-2) at USC (2-1), Pac-12 Network: The No. 13 Trojans look to rebound from their loss at Stanford while making their Pac-12 Network debut, leading DirecTV customers scrambling to find a place to watch the game. USC has beaten Cal eight straight years.

7 p.m. - Utah Utes (2-1) at Arizona State (2-1), Pac-12 Network: The Sun Devils lead the all-time series 17-6, including a 35-14 win last season.

7:30 p.m. - Arizona (3-0) at Oregon (3-0), ESPN: The game of the day in the Pac-12 features two ranked, undefeated teams, while new head coach Rich Rodriguez looks for a signature win for his No. 22 Wildcats. All-purpose threat De'Anthony Thomas is averaging 17.5 yards per rush this season for the No. 3 Ducks.