Here's the full Pac-12 TV schedule for Saturday's action.
For the most part this info remains the same as last week, with a few changes from Cox and Dish. Smaller carriers omitted: You should probably know which channel is carrying what by now.
Football games in high definition! At least I think they should be. That is the expectation from the Pac-12.
noon PT: Tennessee Tech at Oregon, Pac-12 Network, Channel 413.
7:30 PM PT: Houston at UCLA, Pac-12 Network, Channel 413.
7:30 PM PT: South Carolina State at Arizona, Pac-12 Network overflow feed, Should be either channel 440, 443 and 445, based on these alternate HD channels being uploaded part-time. The Pac-12 Network carried SD feeds on channels 445 and 446 last week.
Minor changes for the Pac-12 Network carriage if you are in areas in Southern California carrying Cox. Arizona fans should have the choice to watch their game on an overflow feed.
Cox will provide overflow channel incustomers in Santa Barb, Orange Co and San Diego, allowing Arizona fans to watch Cats— Jon Wilner (@wilnerhotline) September 15, 2012
No such arrangement seems to be in place the other way.
Also no indication Cox will use overflow channel in Ariz to allow UCLA fans to watch Bruins. If that changes I'll pass along.— Jon Wilner (@wilnerhotline) September 15, 2012
Basically, UCLA fans will be in the dark on TV in Arizona with no overflow feed. A bit of an odd arrangement, but I guess there are more Arizona fans in Southern California than UCLA fans in Arizona.
Of course, all Cox customers should already have TV Anywhere in place, so you should be able to watch it online regardless.
Time Warner and Bright House
You should be all set up with your regional and national feeds along with your Pac-12 Anywhere services for either the Internet or online. Here are the details for watching online:
If you subscribe to Bright House, Cox, or Time Warner Cable, just visit video.pac-12.com and enter your user ID and password for your television provider or download the Pac-12 Now iPad app at the App Store.
If you have a Comcast subscription to the Pac-12 Network, you get the regional TV channel within your region in HD and the national channel in SD only; if you're outside the region, you're stuck with the national channel only. However, any TV subscription to the Pac-12 Networks should provide you access to the current online feeds for all seven channels. Here are the links.
- National - http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/live/network/pac12net
- AZ: Phoenix and Tucson - http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/live/network/pac12net
- CA: San Francisco - http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/live/network/pac12net
- CA: Los Angeles - http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/live/network/pac12net
- CO: Denver - http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/live/network/pac12net
- OR: Portland and Eugene - http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/live/network/pac12net
- UT: Salt Lake City - http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/live/network/pac12net
- WA: Seattle and Spokane - http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/live/network/pac12net
Same dealio as last week.
Bizarrely, frustratingly, Comcast still does not have TV Anywhere completely in place, as video on the Pac-12 site continues to remain totally inaccessible to customers. Similar frustrations will probably result with your mobile device. Whatever.
For Comcast, here's the schedule for the networks to make sure which link to click above.
Tennessee Tech at Oregon, Pac-12 Networks, any feed
7:30 PM PT
Houston at UCLA, Pac-12 Network National, Bay Area, Los Angeles, Mountain, Oregon, Washington
South Carolina State at Arizona, Pac-12 Network Arizona