The early Pac-12 football television selections for Fox Sports Net, Versus and FX were announced by the conference on Wednesday with FX picking up Oregon's home game vs. Nevada on Saturday, Sept. 10, at 12:30 p.m. PT.
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The addition of the game against the Wolfpack increased UO's number of games to be televised to five, with several other broadcast windows remaining to be filled as the season develops. Previously, ESPN and ABC made their early choices, selecting the following: Sept. 3 Cowboys Classic vs. LSU in Arlington, Tex. (ABC, 5 p.m. PT), Sept. 24 at Arizona (ESPN or ESPN2, 7:15 p.m.), Oct. 6 vs. Cal (ESPN, 6 p.m. PT) and Nov. 19 vs. USC (ABC, 5 p.m. PT).
Potential national broadcast slots remain for every other game day on the Ducks' schedule with the exception of Sept. 17, when UO hosts Missouri State.
Oregon's game on FX will be its first on the network since Oct. 11, 1997, when the Ducks faced UCLA at Autzen Stadium.
Last season, 10 of Oregon's 13 games ended up being carried by national networks.
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