Oregon State and Washington State Will Host Their Home Games on CW and Fox in 2024

Oregon State and Washington State Secure National Television Deal for 2024 Home Football Games

Oregon State and Washington State have secured a new national partnership to televise their 2024 home football games, with The CW and Fox Sports set to broadcast the games. Pac-12 commissioner Teresa Gould expressed excitement for the deal, noting that both teams deserve exposure on a bigger stage as they compete for the College Football Playoff.

The CW president Dennis Miller shared that adding the Pac-12 Conference to their lineup of live sports further solidifies their position as a national player in college sports. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed, but it is clear that this partnership will benefit both the conference and the networks involved.

This announcement comes after UCLA and USC’s decision to leave the Pac-12 for the Big Ten in 2022, leaving several teams uncertain about their future in the conference. However, Oregon State and Washington State have entered into agreements for their other sports with the Mountain West and West Coast Conference, respectively. This new partnership with The CW and Fox Sports will provide a wider platform for both schools’ football programs to showcase their talents on a national stage.

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