Four of the Pac-12’s five Week 9 games will be broadcast on network partners next week. Oregon will make another appearance on the FOX family of networks while Arizona State-Colorado will air on ESPNU and Stanford-UCLA will air on ESPN in the nightcap.

The league announced TV assignments and kick times for Week 9 action across the conference on Monday. The schedule can be seen below:

  • Utah at Washington State: 7 p.m. PT on FS1 (Thursday, previously announced)
  • Oregon at Cal: 12:30 p.m. PT on FOX or FS1
  • USC at Arizona: 4 p.m. PT on the Pac-12 Network
  • Arizona State at Colorado: 4:30 p.m. PT on ESPNU
  • Stanford at UCLA: 7:30 p.m. PT on ESPN

With USC set to appear on the Pac-12 Network for the third time this season, it will officially fill its requirement for the minimum number of appearances on the league’s own network. (The requirement for each team is equivalent to its number of non-conference home games, which would be three for the Trojans.)

Oregon will be playing its fifth game of the season in front of a FOX audience. The Ducks have appeared on FOX twice already and will make a third appearance on Saturday when they host No. 9 UCLA. Their game against Stanford was on FS1.

After appearing on the Pac-12 Network four straight weeks to begin the season, UCLA will play its fourth straight game on a network partner.

Oregon State and Washington will be on their bye weeks that weekend.