Pac-12 Networks Launch, Ushering In New Era For Conference

As the Pac-12 prepares for another exciting season of collegiate sports, Wednesday marks another milestone for the conference as their television network officially goes online for your viewing enjoyment.

Going live at 6 p.m. PT this evening, the Pac-12 Network will begin with what's sure to be one of its flagship programs in Pac-12 Live. This program will provide a basic overview of the Network, a look ahead to the upcoming college football season, as well as a look back at how some Pac-12 athletes fared in the recent Olympic games in London.

Following that will be the one-hour conference football preview, which will take a look at how the Pac-12 should fare in 2012-13. Then, you'll see a replay of last year's Pac-12 Championship game between Oregon and UCLA, starting at 8:30 p.m. PT.

You can also follow along with the Pac-12's Yogi Roth (and SB Nation's Spencer Hall and Drew Dunlevie, who are live on the scene), who will be live tweeting the inaugural day of the network as action unfolds.

For more on the Pac-12 conference, make sure to check out Pacific Takes.

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