UCLA’s first two home football games of the 2012 season have been selected for television broadcast in the Pac-12 Conference’s early selection period. The season opener with Rice has also been chosen for tv by Conference USA broadcast partners.
FOX (over-the-air, Channel 11 in the Los Angeles area) will broadcast the home-opener on Sept. 8 against Nebraska on a national telecast. The game will kickoff at 4:30 pm (PT). The Bruins will make their television debut on the new Pac-12 Networks on Sept. 15 when they host Houston in the Rose Bowl. Kickoff time for that contest is at 7:30 pm (PT).
UCLA’s season-opener at Rice, on Aug. 30, is part of the television package belonging to Conference USA, and will be broadcasted nationally on the CBS Sports Network at 4:30 pm (PT).
All other UCLA football games this season will be eligible for a selection process for television broadcast. These selections will take place, in general, 12 days prior to the date of the event.
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