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How to Watch the Pac-12 Network Without Cable TV (September 2017 Update)


Football season is here again and the Pac-12 Network is important for many fans around the United States. Now you can watch the Pac-12 Network without the need for traditional pay TV.

The good news is the Pac-12 Network is easy to get without the need for a long-term cable TV contract.

The following are your options to get the Pac-12 Network.

Sling TV

Sling TV has added the Pac-12 Network, making it the first over-the-top provider to offer the Pac-12 Network. All six Pac-12 Network regional feeds are available to both Sling Orange and Sling Blue customers who subscribe to the Sports Extra, which allows them to watch all of Pac-12 Network’s broadcasted games regardless of their location.

Live games, events, and content from all six Pac-12 regional networks will be available nationwide on Sling TV:

  • Pac-12 Arizona: University of Arizona and Arizona State University
  • Pac-12 Bay Area: University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University
  • Pac-12 Los Angeles: University of California, Los Angeles and University of Southern California
  • Pac-12 Mountain: University of Utah and University of Colorado
  • Pac-12 Oregon: University of Oregon and Oregon State University
  • Pac-12 Washington: University of Washington and Washington State University

Sling TV offers a 7-day free trial allowing you to test the service before you pay for it.

fuboTV

fuboTV also added the Pac-12 Network. You can find its national feed as part of its fuboTV Premiere plan. If you want all the networks you can subscribe to fuboTV’s Sports Add-on to get every Pac-12 Network and never miss a Pac-12 Network game.

fuboTV also offers a 7-day free trial allowing you to test the service before you pay.

If you are looking for how to watch other networks, you can find our full breakdown HERE.

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  • UAEebs86

    CenturyLink recently came out with a streaming service that features PAC-12 Network.
    https://www.centurylinkstream.com/channels.php

  • Mike Thaler

    Fortunately most Pac 12 games wind up being on the traditional sports channels. This is an example where a service could make money by charging a few $ per view. Not going to spend $$$ for a monthly fee for a channel I’d use less than 6 times/year.