More night kickoffs for Husky football

The starting times and TV information for five of Washington’s games for the 2012 football season were announced by the Pac-12 Networks on Thursday. Three of those game will have night kickoffs.

The UW’s opener against San Diego State on Sept. 1 at CenturyLink will start at 7:30 p.m. and be televised by Pac-12 Networks.

The Thursday, Sept.  27 game against Stanford, also at the Clink, will start at 6 p.m. and be televised by ESPN.

The Friday, Nov. 2 game at Cal will start at 6 p.m. and be televised by ESPN2.

UW’s Sept. 15 home game against Portland State will start at 1 p.m. and be on Fx.

The Apple Cup game in Pullman on Nov. 23 against WSU will start at 12:30 p.m. and FOX or Fx will carry the game.

The SEC will announce the starting time for the Sept. 8 game at LSU.

Starting times for all other Husky games will be announced six days before the day of the game.

Click here to get more information from the UW website.

Here’s Washington State’s press release about four games that have been scheduled for TV.


The Associated Press filed this story about the Pac-12 Networks announcement:

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The new Pac-12 Networks will launch the inaugural football season by airing 15 games the first three weeks of 2012.

The Pac-12 Networks announced Thursday that it will kick off its 35-game schedule with six games the opening week of the season, starting with Northern Colorado-Utah and Northern Arizona-Arizona State on Aug. 30.

With the addition of California at USC on Sept. 22, the networks will televise at least one game from each of the conference’s 12 schools during the first four weeks of the season.

The Pac-12 Networks, created last summer, will air 850 sporting events a year – 350 nationally and 500 regionally.

The conference also signed a 12-year television contract worth about $3 billion with Fox and ESPN, which will air many of the most high-profile games.


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