Pac-12 Networks viewer guide for December 6
Pac-12 Networks offers fans more postseason women’s volleyball tonight! No. 3 seed Washington starts their postseason journey with first round action in Seattle against Alabama State, while Stanford and USC have advanced to the second round after sweeping their competition last night. All three women’s volleyball games are on at the same time, so read below to find out exactly how to watch your game.
Here is the breakdown of each event, including which of the seven Pac-12 Networks each game is offered, so you don’t miss any action:
4 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Networks (all)
Tune into Pac-12 Networks to watch head coaches Todd Graham and David Shaw as Arizona State and Stanford, respectively, prepare to do battle in the Pac-12 Football Championship game on Saturday.
7 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Network, Pac-12 Bay Area
With Stanford’s sweep of Hampton University Thursday in the NCAA volleyball tournament’s first round, the Cardinal advance to the second round to face Oklahoma tonight at Maples Pavilion. Oklahoma defeated Alabama after overcoming a first set loss by winning the following three sets to take the match. The winner of Oklahoma-Stanford will advance to the third round and will be one of the final 16 teams standing.
7 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Arizona, Pac-12 Los Angeles, Pac-12 Mountain
The sixth-seeded Women of Troy swiftly defeated New Hampshire Thursday in three sets (25-9. 25-10, 25-12) in the first round of NCAA play, advancing to the second round to face CSU Northridge. The Matadors upset 12th ranked Colorado State in a tough 5-set battle. CSU Northridge (23-6) delivered Colorado State’s second loss of the entire season and will present a tough challenge for USC tonight.
7 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Oregon, Pac-12 Mountain
No. 3 seed Washington (28-2, 18-2 Pac-12) make their 12th consecutive NCAA women’s volleyball tournament appearance and will face SWAC conference champions Alabama State (25-15). The Huskies are hosting the first and second rounds at Alaska Airlines Arena, who hope to continue their strong season and make it to the Final Four at nearby Key Arena.
If a game is airing on one of the networks you do not receive, the alternative is to authenticate your cable subscription via Pac-12.com or the Pac-12 Now app to view the appropriate regional network via a computer, tablet 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/entries/21858627-Providers-that-support-Pac-12-Now-Web-iPad-iPhone-Android-.
For Comcast/XfinityTV customers who subscribe to the Pac-12 Networks (and only receive the Pac-12 Network channel), you can watch CSU Northridge-USC or Alabama State-Washington by logging in with your Comcast ID and password through XfinityTV. You can use the following direct links for your desired game:
Time Warner Cable subscribers in Southern California who only get Pac-12 Network and 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 in order to watch the Alabama State-Washington game. If you’re unsure what package you have, try authenticating on Pac-12.com or contact Time Warner Cable.
DISH will be carrying the Alabama State-Washington game on an alternate channel. You can watch the No. 3 Huskies by tuning into channel 5454 for HD, 5453 in SD, and 406-02 if you have the Hopper. DISH subscribers can also watch any game on any network online, on a tablet or on mobile device by authenticating via the Pac-12 Now app or Pac-12.com. All DISH subscribers can check where to watch every game at the DISH game finder here: http://www.mydish.com/gamefinder.
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