Fall schedule jam-packed

We are on the cusp of the networks launch, and once it does, the fall lineup will be crammed with terrific and diverse programming. It all starts Wednesday at 6 p.m. with “Pac-12 Live,” a one-hour program that will welcome viewers to the networks. In the weeks to come this fall, in addition to the onslaught of live broadcasts of football, women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, men’s water polo and the Pac-12 cross country championships, there will be an array of original programming produced at the networks’ studios in San Francisco.

That will begin immediately after “Pac-12 Live” on Wednesday with “Pac-12 Conference Outlook,” a 60-minute preview show of the upcoming football season. In the days that follow, there will also 30-minute specials on each of the 12 teams in the conference.

On Thursday, the networks will begin its look at the different fall sports other than football. There will be a 30-minute preview of the women’s volleyball season, followed by shows about the other fall Olympic sports over the next week.

More highlights from the fall season:

  • “Pac-12 Football Encore”: Replays of the two best football games each week.
  • “Conference of Champions”: A monthly show featuring off-the-field accomplishments by students, coaches and faculty.
  • “Pac-12 Classics”: Re-broadcasts of some of the most memorable games in conference history, augmented with updated interviews from the folks involved.
  • “Pac-12 Football Pregame Show”: One hour before the first game of the day on the networks, it’s hosted by Mike Yam and Ashley Adamson. Get used to both of these co-hosts. They will be spending a lot of time in your living room.
  • “Pac-12 Football Postgame Report”: Immediately follows the last game of the day on the networks.
  • “Pac-12 Football Rewind”: Every Sunday night at 9 p.m., the networks provide a thorough recap of the weekend’s action.
  • “Football in 60”: Throughout the week, the previous week’s games will be condensed into 60 minutes for those who missed their favorite teams and want a recap in an hour.
  • “Pac-12 Playbook”: Every Tuesday, after each of the conference’s coaches have held their weekly press conferences and dissected what happened the week before, the networks will review the action through the words of the coaches.

For even more on fall programming, click here.

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