Here is all the essential info you need for viewing tonight's nationally broadcast Thursday night matchup between the California Golden Bears and the Oregon Ducks on TV, on the radio, or online.
Kickoff: 9:02 EDT/ 6:02 PST
Venue: Autzen Stadium
Last Meeting: Oregon 15 - Cal 13. The Oregon Ducks were stalled for most of the game, but they took advantage of a Cal turnover and a Cliff Harris punt return touchdown to take a narrow lead and grounded out the clock with an impressive fourth quarter closing drive.
Television Coverage: ESPN will be broadcasting the game. Rece Davis (play-by-play), Jesse Palmer (analyst), Craig James (analyst), Jenn Brown (reporter). It's the second game to be shown on ESPN this year for the Ducks, with potentially a few more on the horizon depending on the direction their season takes.
Radio: Locally, Oregon Sports Network. Jerry Allen (play-by-play), Mike Jorgensen (analyst) and Jay Allen (sideline) are your announcers. Sports USA Radio Network with Dan Fouts (play-by-play) and John Robinson (analyst) and Sirius XM Satellite Radio will also cover the game on XM channel 193 and Sirius channel 112.
Online stream: ESPN3 will stream the game online if you have the service. Click here for a list of cable/satellite companies that provide ESPN3 access. You can also potentially listen to the game online if you register with the O-Zone; I believe that's a paid service.
To discuss the Cal-Oregon matchup with Ducks fans, Addicted to Quack is where to go. To discuss it with Golden Bears fans, check out the California Golden Blogs.