The Pac-12 Network revealed its broadcast for the burgeoning channel's inaugural season in a press release issued Monday.
Included is former Arizona offensive lineman Glenn Parker, who will serve as an in-game and studio analyst for the network. Parker joins lead play-by-play announcer Ted Robinson to comprise the Pac-12 Network's flagship broadcast tandem.
Parker spent over a decade in the National Football League prior to becoming an analyst for outlets including the NFL Network, CBS and FOX Sports.
He is a Pac Conference alumnus, both as a student-athlete and broadcast. Per the Pac-12 Network's release, "Parker brings a wealth of broadcasting experience to his role as game and studio analyst for Pac-12 Networks football coverage. In 2011, Parker served as a college football game analyst for Versus’ slate of Pac-12 contests, as well as providing studio analysis for the network’s college football coverage."
The complete list of Pac-12 Network talent can be found on the conference's official website.
The Pac-12 Network officially launches Aug. 15. UA football makes its debut there in its Sept. 8, Week 2 date with Oklahoma State. Check out if you can get the Pac-12 Network here.