The PAC-12 has released the early 2017 Washington Football televised coverage for the first three weeks of NCAA college football
The 2017 NCAA college football season is just weeks away now. As the season approaches for Washington Football, it’s now time to start planning around when the games will be played. Since the Pac-12 released the early football schedule, we’ve had some time to pause and see if any immediate revisions followed after.
Since none have been issued, it appears all clear for to share and discus the early season schedule.
And so, let’s have a look:
With five games in September, you won’t want to plan any remote vacations with no television service. In any event, these games will be worth viewing.
Fri., Sept. 1 WASHINGTON at Rutgers 8 p.m. ET FS1
The season opens with a trip east. Since it’s an east coast game, the local time with be 5 p.m. In fact, the game will be broadcast on Fox Sports
Sat., Sept. 9 Montana at WASHINGTON 5 p.m. PT Pac-12 Network
The Huskies host the Montana Grizzlies for their home opener this year. You can expect the defense to be called to step up in this one.
Sat., Sept. 16 Fresno State at WASHINGTON 6:30 p.m. PT Pac-12 Network
The competition level rises even further for the Huskies in their second home game. Once more, the team will be working on solidifying their defense for the upcoming road game rematch against the Colorado Buffaloes.
Huge early game
Sat., Sept. 23 WASHINGTON at COLORADO (Time and carrier TBD)
The Pac-12 championship rematch. While no carrier has been identified yet, you can bet this will get national coverage. The winner will propel to perch near the top of national rankings. This is a huge game.
Sat., Sept. 30 WASHINGTON at OREGON STATE
I don’t want to alarm anyone, but this smells of a trap game. After a grueling month of football, the Huskies go back on the road to what could be a challenging matchup.
Sat., Oct. 7 CALIFORNIA at WASHINGTON
And so, after two grueling road games, the Huskies return home to host California. Hopefully, the Huskies remain among the undefeated ranks.
Sat., Oct. 14 WASHINGTON at ARIZONA STATE
Road games to Arizona are never easy. If the opponent is not up to the task, that blazing sun certainly is. This will be a tougher game than many might expect.
Sat., Oct. 28 UCLA at WASHINGTON
After a well earned bye-week, the Huskies host the hungry UCLA Bruins. UCLA will put up a fight, but the Huskies should prevail. On to November.
Sat., Nov. 4 OREGON at WASHINGTON
Just as some foreshadow, Oregon’s defense will never keep up with the Washington offense. So the Ducks will try to outscore the Huskies. Look for a wild scoring fest in this one.
Fri., Nov. 10 WASHINGTON at STANFORD 7:30 p.m. PT FS1/FOX Deportes
If you haven’t marked your calendar for this one, shame on you. As a matter of fact, the entire nation will turn it’s eyes to Stanford to witness the game of the year. By all accounts, this will be a true slobber-knocker. It’s such a landmark game this year, it’s already been picked up by Fox Sports.
Sat., Nov. 18 UTAH at WASHINGTON
It never fails, Utah is always a physically demanding team. They have a track record of attracting huge linemen on either side of the ball.
Sat., Nov. 25 WASHINGTON STATE at WASHINGTON (Apple Cup Game)
As the regular season closer, the game for the Apple Cup is always worthwhile. Washington State will have a very competitive team, with a solid passing game. In fact, it will be a fine test to the Huskies secondary.
Fri., Dec. 1 Pac-12 Football Championship Game (3) TBD ESPN or ABC
By this time, the Washington Football team will be solid and experienced. If everyone stays healthy, this will be a solid game. The results? Another Washington victory.
Per the release on PAC-12.com
While television selections for the first three weeks of the 2017 season have been made, as well as all Thursday and Friday games throughout the season, all remaining television game selections and start 2017 Pac-12 Football Television Schedule/May 31, 2017 2 of 4 times, starting with week four (Saturday, September 23) and running through the final week of the regular season (Saturday, November 25) will be made 12- or six-days in advance.
For a more detailed game by game analysis, you can check out our game by game analysis article. After reaching the NCAA playoffs, many expect the Washington Football team to fall short of defending their title. Don’t believe it. This is a solid team, and is about to make believers of the nation.