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2013 Pac-12 college football schedule officially released


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Stanford Cardinal head coach David Shaw celebrates with the trophy after Stanford Cardinal won the 2013 Rose Bowl game against the Wisconsin Badgers at the Rose Bowl. Shaw stands with Stanford University president John Hennessy and ESPN anchor Reese Davis and Pasadena Tournament of Roses president Sally M. Bixby presentsand two of his children. (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

The Pac-12 enjoyed a fantastic season on the national front, just not exactly from the teams expected. Oregon played as predicted, crushing Kansas State to win the Fiesa Bowl. The conference won a second BCS bowl, taking home the coveted Rose Bowl victory. However, it was not the preseason No. 1 USC Trojans smiling with roses between their teeth, but Stanford. The Cardinal were supposed to have fallen off following the departure of quarterback Andrew Luck, but instead enjoyed the program’s best season in more than 40 years.

What more surprises will the Pac-12 have in store in 2013? UCLA came out of nowhere to put together a solid season; are the Bruins primed to make The Leap? Will Cal and Colorado actually find a way to win a game or three?

And as always, we’ll all be keeping an eye on the ‘Fire the dumpster fire that is Lane Kiffin’s moral compass’ movement.

The Pac-12 schedule for the 2013 football season has officially been released, and you can be sure that fans all over the West Coast are already circling a few dates in their calendars:

[Vegas has set the odds for each Pac-12 team's BCS National Championship chances]

Thurs., Aug 29
USC at Hawai’i
Utah State at UTAH

Sat., Aug 31
Northern Arizona at ARIZONA
Nevada at UCLA
Colorado State vs. COLORADO (1)
Nicholls State at OREGON
Eastern Washington at OREGON STATE
Boise State at WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON STATE at Auburn
Northwestern at CALIFORNIA

Sat., Sept. 7
ARIZONA at UNLV
Sacramento State at ARIZONA STATE
WASHINGTON STATE at USC
Central Arkansas at COLORADO
Weber State at UTAH
OREGON at Nevada
Hawai’i at OREGON STATE
Portland State at CALIFORNIA
San Jose State at STANFORD

Sat,. Sept. 14
UTSA at ARIZONA
Wisconsin at ARIZONA STATE
Boston College at USC
UCLA at Nebraska
Fresno State at COLORADO
OREGON STATE at UTAH
Tennessee at OREGON
WASHINGTON vs. Illinois (2)
Southern Utah at WASHINGTON STATE
Ohio State at CALIFORNIA
STANFORD at Army

Sat., Sept. 21
ARIZONA STATE at STANFORD
Utah State at USC
New Mexico State at UCLA
UTAH at BYU
OREGON STATE at San Diego State
Idaho State at WASHINGTON
Idaho at WASHINGTON STATE

Sat., Sept. 28
ARIZONA at WASHINGTON
USC at ARIZONA STATE
COLORADO at OREGON STATE
CALIFORNIA at OREGON
STANFORD at WASHINGTON STATE

Thurs., Oct. 3
UCLA at UTAH

Sat., Oct. 5
ARIZONA STATE vs. Notre Dame (3)
OREGON at COLORADO
WASHINGTON at STANFORD
WASHINGTON STATE at CALIFORNIA

Thurs., Oct. 10
ARIZONA at USC

Sat., Oct. 12
COLORADO at ARIZONA STATE
CALIFORNIA at UCLA
STANFORD at UTAH
OREGON at WASHINGTON
OREGON STATE at WASHINGTON STATE

Sat., Oct. 19
UTAH at ARIZONA
WASHINGTON at ARIZONA STATE
USC at Notre Dame
UCLA at STANFORD
WASHINGTON STATE at OREGON
OREGON STATE at CALIFORNIA

Sat. Oct. 26
ARIZONA at COLORADO
UTAH at USC
UCLA at OREGON
STANFORD at OREGON STATE
CALIFORNIA at WASHINGTON

Thurs. Oct. 31
ARIZONA STATE at WASHINGTON STATE

Fri., Nov. 1
USC at OREGON STATE

Sat., Nov. 2
ARIZONA at CALIFORNIA
COLORADO at UCLA

Thurs., Nov. 7
OREGON at STANFORD

 

Sat., Nov. 9
UCLA at ARIZONA
ARIZONA STATE at UTAH
USC at CALIFORNIA
COLORADO at WASHINGTON

Fri., Nov. 15
WASHINGTON at UCLA

Sat., Nov. 16
WASHINGTON STATE at ARIZONA
OREGON STATE at ARIZONA STATE
STANFORD at USC
CALIFORNIA at COLORADO
UTAH at OREGON

Sat., Nov. 23
OREGON at ARIZONA
ARIZONA STATE at UCLA
USC at COLORADO
UTAH at WASHINGTON STATE
WASHINGTON at OREGON STATE
CALIFORNIA at STANFORD

Fri., Nov. 29
OREGON STATE at OREGON
WASHINGTON STATE at WASHINGTON

Sat., Nov. 30
ARIZONA at ARIZONA STATE
UCLA at USC
COLORADO at UTAH
Notre Dame at STANFORD

 

Sat., Dec. 7
Pac-12 Football Championship Game (ESPN or ABC)

Neutral Sites
(1) Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colo.
(2) Soldier Field in Chicago, Ill.
(3) Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas

Schedule courtesy Pac12.com

Check out which Pac-12 squads have been included in our way too early preseason top 25

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