ABC will interrupt Oregon-Stanford game to broadcast Joe Biden’s acceptance speech

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Oregon football and Stanford football will have their telecast moved because of Joe Biden.

Joe Biden’s victory speech will air on ABC during Oregon football’s game vs. Stanford football. But fans won’t have to miss a second of the game if they want to stick to sports.

ABC will interrupt the Pac-12 game while the game moves to ESPNews and on the ESPN App at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT once President-Elect Biden addressees the nation upon winning the 2020 United States Presidential Election over Donald Trump.

The game will resume on ABC following Biden’s speech.

Joe Biden will crash the Pac-12’s party with surely an epic victory speech

With news of Biden winning the election over Trump on Saturday morning, it was inevitable that we would see the President-Elect address the nation after his monumental victory for America. Odds are you are going to watch it, so be prepared to have a second screen open for the Pac-12 game.

This comes as no surprise as this is major, major national news to have the 46th President of the United States of America speak to his constituency on Saturday night. You may love college football, but some things are more important, such as an incumbent President being ousted after only one term. This has not happened since George H.W. Bush lost to Bill Clinton in 1992.

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