FOX Releases 2012 College Football TV Schedule

FOX will broadcast its first-ever regular-season college football games in 2012, beginning on September 1.

For the first time in history, FOX Sports will broadcast regular season college football games. FOX networks will combine to broadcast 165 games this season, including the Pac-12 and Big Ten championship games.

In addition to live game broadcasts, FOX Sports will also be debuting a new college football show called FOX College Saturday. The weekly show will be hosted by Erin Andrews, Eddie George and Joey Harrington. FOX will broadcast its first game on September 1 when the USC Trojans host Hawaii.

Here is a look at the first five games scheduled to be broadcast on FOX (all times Eastern):

Sept. 1: Hawaii at USC, 7:30 p.m.

Sept 8: Nebraska at UCLA, 7:30 p.m.

Setp. 15: USC at Stanford, 7:30 p.m.

Sept. 22: Kansas State at Oklahoma, TBA

Sept. 29: Texas at Oklahoma State, TBA

The final two games are also likely to be 7:30 p.m. ET starts. In addition to FOX, games will also be broadcast on FX, FOX Sports Net and FOX College Sports.

The complete national broadcast schedule can be found at LSUFootball.net.

For the latest on all things college football, be sure to check out SB Nation's college football hub.

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