The Pac-12 and the entire college football world are waiting for November 19. On that day, Utah faces Oregon, and UCLA faces USC in a pair of conference-altering games that will decide the conference championship game matchup and a whole lot more.
The College Football Playoff race will be affected that day as well, especially after nine top-25 teams fell this past weekend, suddenly giving hope to USC and UCLA.
The kickoff times for the other games were announced, and everybody is waiting for the decision to be made on when USC-UCLA and Utah-Oregon will be played.
Be warned: They aren’t very good time slots, and hopefully that changes when the Trojans and Bruins move to the Big Ten.
Twitter had a field day reacting to these times, and Jon Wilner of The Mercury News dropped the official announcement.
It will either be 5 p.m. Pacific Standard Time on Fox or 7:30 Pacific — 10:30 in the East — on ESPN. You can see the problem here.
Reaction was swift and forceful:
YOU CAN FEEL IT IN THE AIR
8:30 IN SALT LAKE CITY IS A POSSIBLE OUTCOME
HARD TO ARGUE WITH THAT
IT’S SO ANNOYING
IT’S SO EXHAUSTING
IT’S SO TIRING
Story originally appeared on Trojans Wire