Looking for an early holiday gift? Roku has you covered. Beginning Friday, Nov. 27, Consequence of Sound will broadcast web episodes of Pac-12 Huddle, Pac-12 Spotlight and the Pac-12 Live Show via the Pac-12 Network's new Pluto TV box!

"Consequence of Sound and Pluto TV play a crucial role in the Pac-12 Conference's commitment to college sports," said Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott. "These media outlets are dedicated to the delivery of a premium production experience that will showcase the rich history and recognition of the Pac-12 and focus on student athletes across the country."

Pac-12 Heritage Series

Consequence of Sound will premiere Pac-12 Huddle and Pac-12 Spotlight episodes on Nov. 27 ("Huddle" will air at 8:30 p.m.), announcing this the inaugural season of Pac-12 Heritage Series. That night, fans around the Pac-12 can catch Pac-12 Huddle on Pac-12 Network at 10 p.m. The series will consist of six episodes, three home and three away, those involving former Pac-12 athletes who both won and helped develop current players.

A special, all-partner promotion, beginning Wednesday, will feature Pac-12 football consultant Mike Leach. Leach will be featured in a fan-generated video on Pac-12 Network beginning at 10 p.m.

According to Polaris, the Roku channel is "a cooperative effort by Roku and leading video streaming subscription service providers" and delivers five million hours of unique viewing and risers videos every month. Roku has not added the Pac-12 Network to its Roku lineup yet.

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According to Polaris, that's where they intend to take the Pac-12 Network with traditional saucy reviews, every sexual intimacy