The Oregon football teams gets to enjoy some Pac-12 before dark during Mario Cristobal’s first season as coach.

Fans tired of late nights at Autzen Stadium received some good news Thursday with the announced kickoff times of the Ducks' first three home games — Sept. 1 vs. Bowling Green at 5 p.m., Sept. 8 vs. Portland State at 11 a.m. and Sept. 15 vs. San Jose State at 2 p.m.

All three games will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks.

A kickoff time was also announced for the Civil War in Corvallis. The Oregon-Oregon State game on Nov. 23 is at 1 p.m. on Fox Sports1.

The Beavers open the Jonathan Smith coaching era Sept. 1 at Ohio State (9 a.m., ABC) and the home slate Sept. 8 against Southern Utah (5 p.m., Pac-12 Networks). Oregon State’s Sept. 15 game at Nevada is scheduled for 4 p.m. and available on ESPN3.

Kickoff times for the remainder of the Oregon and Oregon State games will be announced by the Pac-12 in either the six- or 12-day television windows ahead of game day.

The Ducks’ conference home games are against Stanford (Sept. 22), Washington (Oct. 13), UCLA (Nov. 3) and Arizona State (Nov. 17), with road games at California (Sept. 29), Washington State (Oct. 20) and Utah (Nov. 10) before the regular-season finale at Reser Stadium.

Oregon misses USC and Colorado in the conference rotation.

The Pac-12 championship game is Nov. 30 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.

The Ducks received a verbal commitment from MyKael Wright, who 247Sports rates as the No. 35 overall prospect and No. 5 cornerback in the 2019 recruiting class, on Thursday.

Wright is the second player Oregon has landed from Valencia, Calif., joining three-star athlete Jayvaun Wilson, and the fifth four-star recruit Cristobal and his staff have landed from California.

The Ducks previously received pledges from Santa Ana, Calif., prep powerhouse Mater Dei — linebacker Made Funa, cornerback Jeremiah Criddell, athlete Sean Dollars and defensive tackle Keyon Ware-Hudson.

Sheldon High tight end Patrick Herbert, the younger brother of starting quarterback Justin Herbert, also recently committed to Oregon.

The Ducks’ 10-man class is now ranked 10th nationally by 247Sports.