Pac-12 Networks viewer guide for Nov. 18
If you’re a college basketball fan you’ve come to the right place. Pac-12 Networks serves up a lively basketball triple-header tonight with three of the Pac-12’s top teams, Colorado, Cal and No. 24 UCLA, hosting non-conference games.
Here is the breakdown of each event, including which of the seven Pac-12 Networks you will be able to find the games:
6 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Networks
Junior guard Spencer Dinwiddie (12.3 points and 5.0 rebounds per game) leads a balanced Colorado attack against the 2-1 Arkansas State Red Wolves at the Coors Events Center. The Buffs, winners of three straight games, play their third game in six days and try to extend their home unbeaten streak in November to 14 consecutive games.
8 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Networks
The 22nd ranked Bruins put their high-scoring offense (81.5 ppg) on display against Sacramento State at legendary Pauley Pavilion. All five starters average double digits for the Bruins, including sharp shooting guard Jordan Adams who leads the team in scoring at 19.0 points per game. Fellow sophomore Kyle Anderson has dazzled with averages of 10.0 points, 10.5 rebounds and 6.5 assists. He's on the verge of posting the first points-rebounds-assists triple double for UCLA since 1995.
8 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Bay Area
The Bears look for their 32nd-straight November home victory when they host Southern Utah at Haas Pavilion. Cal has not lost at home in November since 2004. The backcourt trio of senior Justin Cobbs, sophomore Tyrone Wallace and freshman sensation Jabari Bird fuel the Bears offense with a combined 40.3 points per game. Bird’s 46 points are the most scored by a Cal freshman in his first three games since Ryan Anderson scored 66 in 2006.
The Cal game will only be aired on Pac-12 Bay Area.
What does that mean for viewers on remaining Pac-12 Networks?
If viewers do not have Pac-12 Bay Area and would like to see the Cal-Southern Utah game live, the alternative is to authenticate your cable subscription via Pac-12.com or the Pac-12 Now app to view Pac-12 Bay Area on a computer or mobile device. You can find a list of providers that allow access via Pac-12.com or Pac-12 Now here: http://support.pac-12.com/
For Comcast/XfinityTV customers who subscribe to the Pac-12 Networks, but do not get the Bay Area regional network at home you will be able to watch the Cal game by logging in with your Comcast ID and password through XfinityTV. The direct link to Pac-12 Bay Area can be found here: http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/
Time Warner Cable subscribers in Southern California who only get Pac-12 Los Angeles at home must upgrade their subscription to include “Sports Pass” in order to get access to all seven networks online or through Pac-12 Now.
DISH will be carrying the game on an alternate channel so if you are a DISH subscriber you can find out where by visiting the DISH game finder here:http://www.mydish.com/