Pac-12 Networks to broadcast 29 games live in 2013

TV/Streaming Schedule

California hosting NCAA runner-up Georgetown on Friday, Aug. 30, at 2 p.m. PST will open the live broadcast schedule for the Pac-12 Network that includes a total of 29 live broadcasts, one more than the network broadcast in its inaugural year last season.

Each Pac-12 team will appear on the Pac-12 Networks at least eight times, with defending conference champion UCLA Bruins leading the way with 11 appearances. UCLA alum and former U.S. National Team star Cobi Jones will return to provide color for the broadcasts, along with play-by-play from Christian Miles.

Georgetown will appear on two broadcasts on opening weekend, traveling to Stanford to take on the Cardinal on Sept. 1 at 4 p.m. Other non-conference opponents include UC Santa Barbara, Air Force, San Diego, Colgate and Southern Methodist.

Below is the schedule for 28 of the live broadcasts. Pac-12 Networks include a national network available in some 48 million homes and six regional networks. Broadcasts are also available online by signing in with your cable provider information.

NamePositionHigh SchoolCollege
Jimmy SlatonGKWethersfield HS (Conn.)Hartford
Lucas BartlettDSt. Thomas Aquinas HS (Kan.)Loyola-Chicago
Michael DeShieldsDMcDonogh School (Md.)Wake Forest
Aime MabikaDHenry Clay HS (Ky.)Kentucky
AJ PalazzoloDChristian Brothers College HS (Mo.)Indiana
Matthew DePerroFChristian Brothers Academy (N.Y.)Providence
Donnie IgoFNeedham HS (Mass.)Providence
Emery MayFTrinity Academy (Kan.)Furman
Stephen MilhoanFSaint Ignatius HS (Ohio)Xavier (2017)
Tre PulliamFArchbishop Curley HS (Md.)UMBC
Ty SeagerFWheaton Academy (Ill.)Northwestern
Evan VareMCentral Bucks East HS (Pa.)Lafayette
Louis St. JohnMHinsdale Central HS (Ill.)Dayton
Charlie MaciejewskiMSummit Country Day School (Ohio)Duquesne
Asa BerolzheimerMHanover HS (Vt.)New Hampshire
Anthony BowieMForest Hills Central HS (Mich.)Western Michigan
Christopher BrennanFCopley HS (Ohio)Bowling Green


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