UCLA Basketball Announces Game Times And TV Schedule

UCLA Basketball returns from China, today. They released their TV and game time listings.

From UCLA website:

All 31 UCLA men’s basketball games during the 2012-13 season will be televised on a national basis, it was announced today.

Eleven games will be broadcast by the ESPN family of networks, including the Mar. 2 home finale against Arizona, which will also feature a visit from College GameDay. Other Pac-12 games televised by one of the ESPN channels include home contests with Oregon State (Jan. 17) and Washington (Feb. 7) and road games at Arizona (Jan. 24), at California (Feb. 14) and at Stanford (Feb. 16).

The final rounds of the Legends Classic at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn, NY – Nov. 19 vs. Georgetown and Nov. 20 vs. Indiana or Georgia) – will be covered by the ESPN networks, as will the Dec. 28 home game versus Missouri, the Dec. 8 contest against Texas in Houston, TX and the Dec. 1 Wooden Classic against San Diego State in Anaheim.

Fox Sports Net will televise the opening game in New Pauley Pavilion against Indiana State on Nov. 9. FSN will also carry UCLA’s Pac-12 opener against California on Jan. 3 as well as road games at Arizona State (Jan. 26) and USC (Feb. 24).

CBS will visit New Pauley Pavilion on Jan. 19 when the Bruins host Oregon and will also televise the regular-season finale at Washington on Mar. 9.

The brand-new Pac-12 Networks will carry 14 Bruin games in its first year of operation. The schedule includes home games against UC Irvine (Nov. 13), James Madison (Nov. 15), Cal Poly (Nov. 25), Cal State Northridge (Nov. 28), Prairie View A&M (Dec. 15), Long Beach State (Dec. 18), Fresno State (Dec. 22), Stanford (Jan. 5), USC (Jan. 30), Washington State (Feb. 9) and Arizona State (Feb. 27). The Pac-12 Networks will also carry road games at Utah (Jan. 10), Colorado (Jan. 12) and Washington State (Mar. 6).

If you are not receiving Pac-12 Networks, contact your television provider by email, phone, Twitter or Facebook and tell them “I want Pac-12 Networks.”


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