Pac-12 basketball tips off this weekend in only five hours! Are you excited???
Here's your schedule for this weekend.
- Wofford at Colorado, 4 PM, Pac-12 Networks (all of them!)
- Niagara at Oregon St, 6 PM, Pac-12 Networks (except Mountain)
- Willamette at Utah, 6 PM, Pac-12 Mountain
- Stanford at San Francisco, 8 PM, Pac-12 Networks (all but LA)
- Coppin State at USC, 8 PM, Pac-12 Los Angeles
- Indiana State at UCLA, 8 PM, FSN
With the Pac-12 Network broadcasting football in the evening and afternoon, only time for games to be slated in the mid-afternoon spot.
- Central Arkansas at Arizona State, 4:30 PM, Pac-12 Arizona
- Eastern Washington at Washington State, 4:30 PM, Pac-12 Washington
- Northern Arizona at Oregon, 4:30 PM, Pac-12 Networks (except Arizona/Washington)
A triple header on the Pac-12 Network! It's like the good old NBA on NBC days.
- Charleston Southern at Arizona, 3 PM, Pac-12 Networks (all)
- Loyola Maryland at Washington, 5 PM, Pac-12 Networks (all)
- New Mexico State at Oregon State, 6:30 PM, ESPNU
- Cal State Bakersfield at Cal, 7 PM, Pac-12 Networks (all)
If you're counting, that's about 11 of 13 games on TV that previously wouldn't have been on the old Pac-12 TV contract. Good times.
The best part is that if you have Pac-12 Everywhere, you can watch all of these games if you so desire thanks to Pac-12's online functionality.
Astound, Bend, CC Communications, Cox, Dish, Hawaiian Telecom, Time Warner, Bright House, Canby Telcom, Crestview Cable, Frontier Communications, Rancho Murieta, Suddenlink, TCT West, Wave Broadband
These providers are currently set up with Pac-12 Everywhere services for your online or mobile devices. Here are the details for watching it on your computer, your iPod, or your iPad app:
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.
Additionally, there will be overflow feeds available from certain Pac-12 Network carriers.
For those who have a Comcast subscription to the Pac-12 Network, if you're in-market you get the regional TV channel in HD and a national channel in SD only. If you're out-of-market and do get the Pac-12 Network, you're stuck with the national channel only (in SD). The good news if you subscribe to the Pac-12 Network, you should have access to the current online feeds for all seven channels.
Here are the links to each channel, although you only really need the national channel for the broadcast.
- 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
You might have to watch these events live on Comcast, because they still do not have TV Everywhere in place. Original video programming on the Pac-12 site continues to remain totally inaccessible to customers along with access via your mobile device.