Parsons said WVU knows no more than anyone else about kickoff times for football games in the 2012 season.
"Nothing is set yet," he said. "We're still working on all of it."
Part of WVU's uncertainty comes from dealing with a new conference and Parsons said business with the Big 12 is done differently than it was with the Big East.
"I think the main reason is the fact we still have some loose ends on this TV deal," Parsons said. "That's still out there waiting to be finalized and that's kind of delayed it a little bit. Normally we know our September game times by now."
Parsons said WVU hopes to have the September times "fairly soon," though that may have to come after the television contract is signed - and that is reportedly hung up because the television partners can't agree on who gets what games.
All of WVU's remaining games will be subject to the 12-day window the television networks can use to pick games and kickoff times.
"That will be just like it's been done in the past," he said.
Even with the ESPN/Fox TV contract agreed to, but still unsigned, and the details unknown, Parsons said the Mountaineers will be just as visible, and perhaps even more, now that they're in the Big 12.
The ESPN side of the deal includes ABC, ESPN and ESPN2, while the Fox side is Fox Sports Net (FSN), which locally would be Root Sports.
"With all the new things in the works and still needing to be finalized, it could expand out to cover even more than that," Parsons said. "You may see more broadcast networks, more cable networks involved. Either way, there certainly is not going to be any problems with the number of games on the air. They'll all be televised, but it may be a matter of being on a different channel than you're used to."
Contact sportswriter Mike Casazza at mi...@dailymail.com or 304-319-1142. His blog is at blogs.dailymail.com/wvu.