Pac-12 Championship Game Berths on the Line During FOX Saturday Doubleheader

Saturday’s Pac-12 doubleheader on the FOX broadcast network could determine who will play in the conference’s championship game, as No. 10 Colorado hosts No. 22 Washington State at 3:30 PM ET, and No. 6 Washington welcomes Arizona State at 7:30 PM ET. Coverage begins at 2:30 PM ET with a one-hour edition of FOX COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREGAME.

Rob Stone hosts studio coverage alongside analysts Matt Leinart, Robert Smith and Dave Wannstedt. On this week’s show, FOX Sports college football insider Bruce Feldman tags along with Cougars head coach Mike Leach, who walks 45 minutes from his home to the stadium each day. Along the way, Feldman and Leach discuss a variety of topics, ranging from the team’s success this season to Jamal Morrow’s appearance on “The Price is Right.”

Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt and Shannon Spake call the action live from Folsom Stadium in Boulder, as Washington State or Colorado could clinch a spot in the Pac-12 Championship Game with a win, pending results of other conference games. Later that night, Washington looks to stay in the hunt for a spot in the conference title game, hosting Arizona State with Joe Davis, Brady Quinn and Jenny Taft on the call. If Washington and Washington State both win Saturday, next week’s Apple Cup (Friday, Nov. 25 at 3:30 PM ET on the FOX broadcast network), will determine the Pac-12 Championship Game’s North Division representative.

FS1 presents a Big 12 doubleheader on Saturday afternoon, beginning with No. 11 Oklahoma State at TCU (12:00 PM ET), followed by Texas Tech at Iowa State (3:30 PM ET). Coverage begins at 11:30 AM ET with FS1 COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREGAME. This weekend’s full schedule, including broadcaster information, is below.

Before games get underway, Klatt hosts his Facebook Live program, “Breaking the Huddle presented by Dr Pepper” live at 9:00 PM ET on Friday night in front of the Boulder Courthouse, where he will be joined by Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre. Saturdays during the season, fans can also log on to Facebook for “The Audible on Facebook Live,” a program hosted by Kristen Balboni with Feldman and Stewart Mandel that recaps the day’s action. An extension of Feldman and Mandel’s popular podcast of the same name, “The Audible on Facebook Live” can be seen each Saturday after the afternoon and evening slate of games. For notifications, like the CFB on FOX page on Facebook.

This season, FOX Sports televises top games from the Big 12 and Pac-12 conferences, plus the Pac-12 and Big Ten championship games. FOX Sports’ full college football schedule, photography, biographical information and more, can be found by visiting


o   #11 Oklahoma State at TCU

        o   Saturday, Nov. 19 (12:00 PM ET), FS1

        o   Announcers: Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman and Bruce Feldman

o   Iowa at Illinois

        o   Saturday, Nov. 19 (12:00 PM ET), BTN

        o   Announcers: Scott Graham, J Leman and Rick Pizzo

o   #22 Washington State at #10 Colorado

        o   Saturday, Nov. 19 (3:30 PM ET) FOX & FOX Deportes

        o   Announcers: Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt and Shannon Spake

o   Texas Tech at Iowa State

        o   Saturday, Nov. 19 (3:30 PM ET), FS1

        o   Announcers: Justin Kutcher and Petros Papadakis

o   Northwestern at Minnesota

        o   Saturday, Nov. 19 (3:30 PM ET), BTN

        o   Announcers: Cory Provus, Glen Mason and Ali Lucia

o   Arizona State at #6 Washington

        o   Saturday, Nov. 19 (7:30 PM ET), FOX

        o   Announcers: Joe Davis, Brady Quinn and Jenny Taft

o   #8 Penn State at Rutgers

        o   Saturday, Nov. 19 (8:00 PM ET), BTN

        o   Announcers: Kevin Kugler, Matt Millen and Lisa Byington