Pac-12 Composite TV Schedule (PDF)
Sept. 3, 2013
LOS ANGELES – The UCLA men’s basketball team will have all 31 regular-season games aired live on a national basis this season, as announced by the Pac-12 Conference on Tuesday.
The Bruins will have 13 games broadcast by the ESPN family of networks, including a non-conference meeting against Duke at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 19 set to air on ESPN. Other games to be televised by one of the ESPN channels include home contests against Alabama (Dec. 28), Arizona (Jan. 9), Arizona State (Jan. 12), California (Jan. 26), Colorado (Feb. 13) and Oregon (Feb. 27).
Games at Oregon (Jan. 30), Oregon State (Feb. 2), Stanford (Feb. 22) and Washington (March 6), in addition to a neutral-site contest versus Northwestern (Nov. 29) at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, will be televised by one of the ESPN channels. UCLA’s game versus Nevada (Nov. 28) at Orleans Arena will be carried on ESPN3.com.
UCLA’s contest at Missouri on Dec. 7 will be televised by CBS at 9:30 a.m. (PT)/11:30 p.m. (CT).
Fox Sports 1 will televise UCLA’s home games against USC (Jan. 5) and Oregon State (March 2) and road contests at Utah (Jan. 18) and Washington State (March 8) in the regular-season finale.
Pac-12 Networks will carry 14 games, including one exhibition contest, in its second year of operation. The schedule includes UCLA’s second of two exhibition games (versus Cal State San Marcos, Nov. 4), in addition to regular-season home contests against Drexel (Nov. 8), Oakland (Nov. 12), Sacramento State (Nov. 18), Morehead State (Nov. 22), Chattanooga (Nov. 24), UC Santa Barbara (Dec. 3), Prairie View A&M (Dec. 14), Weber State (Dec. 22), Stanford (Jan. 23) and Utah (Feb. 15).
UCLA’s games at Colorado (Jan. 16), USC (Feb. 8) and California (Feb. 19) will be broadcast on Pac-12 Networks.
The Bruins will open their regular season against Drexel on Friday, Nov. 8, in Pauley Pavilion. UCLA returns six of its eight prominent contributors from last season’s Pac-12 regular-season championship team. The Bruins went 25-10 last year with a 13-5 mark in Pac-12 action.
UCLA will open its 2013-14 campaign under the direction of new head coach Steve Alford, who will embark upon his first season as the Bruins’ head coach and his 23rd as a collegiate head coach.
Season tickets for the upcoming season are available and can be purchased by visiting www.uclabruins.com/tickets. Mini-plans will go on sale Sept. 10, and single-game tickets will be available for purchase on Oct. 1.