Pac-12 After Dark: Pac-12 Football TV Schedule for Week 4

It was another strong showing from the PAC-12 in Week 3 as all three ranked teams grabbed a victory. The conference went 8-3 overall a week ago in non-conference action.

What will Week 4 have in store? Let’s check out the conference schedule with times, dates, and analysis:

Pac-12 After Dark: Pac-12 Football TV Schedule for Week 4

Saturday, September 24

UCLA (-22.5) at Colorado – 2:00 p.m. ET, PAC-12 Network

The PAC-12 begins conference play with six matchups on the board in Week 4. The first features Chip Kelly and the UCLA Bruins (3-0) as heavy favorites on the road against the struggling Colorado Buffaloes (0-3).

Oregon (-6.5) at Washington State – 4:00 p.m. ET, FOX

The Oregon Ducks (2-1) had the biggest win in the conference in Week 3, thoroughly handling the No. 12 BYU Cougars by a final score of 41-20. Will they suffer a letdown spot on the road in Pullman?

Arizona at California (-3) – 5:30 p.m. ET, PAC-12 Network

The Arizona Wildcats (2-1) have already won outright as an underdog twice this season. Jedd Fisch’s squad gets a third chance to do so on the road in Berkeley.

USC (-6.5) at Oregon State – 9:30 p.m. ET, PAC-12 Network

The most intriguing game of the weekend sees the undefeated USC Trojans (3-0) head to Corvallis. The Oregon State Beavers (3-0) have looked great this season, going undefeated while averaging 45.7 points per game.

Stanford at Washington (-12.5) – 10:30 p.m. ET, FS1

It’s still early, but moving on from Jimmy Lake in favor of Kalen DeBoer seems like a great move for the Washington Huskies (3-0) program. They’ll look to stay undefeated as David Shaw’s Stanford Cardinal (1-1) team visits Seattle.

Utah (-14.5) at Arizona State – 10:30 p.m. ET, ESPN

Herm Edwards didn’t even make it to the locker room before getting fired after an upset loss to the Eastern Michigan Eagles a week ago. Things don’t get any easier for this program in Week 4 as the Utah Utes (2-1) come to town.