What was previously shown on the official site as a 12:30 PDT or 5:00 PDT game time is now set for 12:30 PDT. ESPN shows three games on ABC at the time - UCLA at Texas, Eastern Michigan at Ohio State, and Wake Forest at Florida State. My guess is that Pac-whatever and Big-still-12-for-now territories will get our game, and anywhere not in conference range of any of the six teams (if such a place exists) would probably get #2 Ohio State by default. Good thing our commish opened up the possibility of the 'reverse mirror' showing Pac games elsewhere on the BSPN family...though with two other competing games, it may be that some areas still get screwed out of getting the UCLA game on TV. The map of what areas get what games on what channels will be posted here at some point Thursday.
ESPN3 should have the game streaming live for those whose ISP's provide it. There are also various other sources online to find streaming video of live events, which at Nestor's request I won't hype in a FanPost, but a search of the archives should prove fruitful for those who may be in need.
UPDATE (N): Official site has updated info. Looks like the game will be available via tWWL's reverse mirror broadcast:
Game time is 2:30 p.m. CT/12:30 pm PT and it will be televised by ABC with Sean McDonough and Matt Millen in the booth and Heather Cox on the sideline (the portion of the country in which the game is not on ABC will see it on ESPN).
UPDATE II (N): Coverage map for this weekend's game on ABC/ESPN is now up on HDSportsGuide.com. It looks like those in the DC area will get stuck with Wake Forest/Florida State game on ABC. Ugh. Wasn't clear to me whether we would get the UCLA/Texas game on ESPN here per that writeup. Anyone has better idea? GO BRUINS.