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December 2, 2011 at 1:54 PM

On the 2012 schedule

I’ve gotten a lot of e-mails about the fact that the 2012 schedule was apparently shown on the video screen briefly during the Apple Cup.

And that’s led to the question of where the schedule is on-line? The answer? It’s still not available, as the Pac-12 has not yet released it. (And by the way, I didn’t see them flash it on the screen so I can’t vouch for that. If they did, it was inadvertent, I guess, because the schedules aren’t yet available for public consumption).

None of the schools can release their full schedules until the Pac-12 releases its schedule, so that’s the holdup.

However, we know four dates for UW — the three non-conference games (which won’t change) and the Apple Cup (which has been confirmed).

Here are those dates:

Sept. 1 — San Diego State
Sept. 8 — at LSU
Sept. 15 — Portland State
Nov. 23 — at Washington State (and yes, this is a Friday)

The rest of the schedule will just be a reverse of this year’s, so that means games at Cal, Colorado, Oregon and Arizona; and home games with Oregon State, Utah, USC and Stanford.

What everybody obviously wants to know are the dates, but those aren’t available yet — as soon as they are I will pass them along in this space.

What I can say is to be ready for another game or two that may be on a Thursday or Friday. As we detailed in the stories on the change of the date of the Apple Cup a few weeks ago, every school will be asked to play some Thursday and Friday night games due to the conference’s new TV deal. UW likely won’t be immune from that.

You can see all of what UW has officialy set for non-conference schedules here.

The conference schedules, however, are released on a year-to-year basis, other than the fact that they have set the rotation of opponents through 2018.

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