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Pac-12 Week 4 TV schedule: Oregon vs. WSU, ESPN; Utah vs. Michigan, ABC

Good games this week!

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Hawaii at Colorado, 11 AM, Pac-12 Networks (live stream here): Early start for the Buffs, who will wrap-up their non-conference schedule with a practical must-win to stay in the race for bowl eligibility. Considering how badly Hawaii generally performs away from the home isles, Colorado has to get this one.

Utah at Michigan, 12:30 PM, ABC or ESPN2
(live stream here): Big Pac-12 statement could be made if the Utes go into the Big House and silence the Wolverines. It would almost certainly destroy what credibility the B1G has left and certainly would give the Pac a heads and shoulders advantage for the conference crown.

Georgia State at Washington, 3 PM, Pac-12 Networks
(live stream here): The Pac-12 has a rather strange mid-afternoon contest in Seattle that will probably be ignored by all non-Husky fans out there. Washington has the 13 game schedule this year, so I guess it makes sense to get an easy one.

Cal at Arizona, 7 PM, Pac-12 Networks
(live stream here): Big contest for both teams. The Bears want to prove they’re on the up-and-up, while the Wildcats want to show they have the mettle to compete for a division crown. Both teams have plenty of flaws. Expect a doozy.

Oregon at Washington State, 7:30 PM, ESPN
(live stream here): This could get messy, but there is still some potential for fireworks.

San Diego State at Oregon State, 7:30 PM, Fox Sports 1 (live stream here):
Beware Beavers. The Aztecs are a plucky group and these are the games Oregon State is known to drop in the past. A win here should ease tensions about the Beavers being in the hunt for a bowl game.

The networks generally alternate who goes where. If I had to guess, ESPN had the first pick this week and went with Oregon-Washington State. Then Pac-12 Networks chose Cal-Arizona, and Fox Sports 1 got the next best matchup. Utah-Michigan was selected as the ABC matchup under the Big Ten TV contract.