The Pac-12 introduced its complete nine-game 2021 conference program Tuesday, getting the last Electricity 5 seminar to announce its plans for what’s predicted to become a return to normalcy following a year seriously affected from the coronavirus pandemic.

UCLA is going to be the initial Pac-12 group in action when it hosts Hawai’i on Aug. 28, contributing to an interesting nonconference slate which includes Oregon State at Purdue (Sept. 4), Stanford vs. Kansas State (Sept. 4), UCLA vs LSU (Sept. 4), Oregon in Ohio State (Sept. 11), Colorado vs. Texas A&M (Sept. 11), Washington in Michigan (Sept. 11) and Cal in TCU (Sept. 11), amongst others.

Stanford plays USC at the first conference game of the year (Sept. 11), and the two teams will restart their longstanding rivalries with Notre Dame. Five teams — Arizona, Utah, Arizona State, Washington State and USC — possess nonconference games against BYU.

The Pac-12 championship match, that has been relocated to USC at 2020, will make its debut in Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Dec. 3.