How to watch Saturday's games that overlap on Pac-12 Networks

Chris Poulsen

Pac-12 Networks will feature wall-to-wall football coverage this weekend with four live games, including its first ever in the exclusive 11:00 am PT window. Each of the broadcast windows for the four games will be three hours, meaning overlaps will be inevitable and fans will need to know how to get to or stick with their games. And here’s how to do it:

11:00 a.m. – Oregon vs. Wyoming 

Being the first game on the schedule, nothing will interrupt the beginning, but Pac-12 Bay Area will leave at 2:05 to catch the start of the Stanford-Army game. If the Oregon-Wyoming game is a blowout, Pac-12 Arizona, Pac-12 Los Angeles and Pac-12 Mountain will also switch to the start of the Stanford game. Pac-12 Oregon, Pac-12 Washington and Pac-12 Network (the national feed) will stay until of the end of the Oregon game before switching to Stanford.  

2:07 p.m. – Stanford vs. Army

Pac-12 Bay Area will carry the Stanford game from start to finish. The others will join depending on the status of the Oregon game. Pac-12 Arizona, Pac-12 Los Angeles and Pac-12 Mountain will switch to the Stanford game at 2:05 if the Oregon game is lopsided. Pac-12 Oregon, Pac-12 Washington and Pac-12 Network (the national feed) will stay until of the end of the Oregon game before switching to Stanford. 

If the Stanford game lasts longer than three hours, Pac-12 Washington will transition to Pullman at 5:05 to catch the start of the Washington State game. If the game is out of hand, Pac-12 Arizona, Pac-12 Los Angeles, Pac-12 Mountain and Pac-12 Oregon will also switch to the start of the WSU game. Pac-12 Bay Area and Pac-12 Network (national feed) will stay with the Stanford game until the end.

5:07 p.m. – Washington State vs. Portland State

Pac-12 Washington will carry the Washington State game from start to finish. The others will join depending on the status of the Stanford game. Pac-12 Arizona, Pac-12 Los Angeles, Pac-12 Mountain and Pac-12 Oregon will switch to the WSU game at 5:05 if the Stanford game is a rout. Pac-12 Bay Area and Pac-12 Network (the national feed) will stay until of the end of the Stanford game before switching to Pullman. 

If the WSU game lasts longer than three hours, Pac-12 Arizona will leave at 8:05 to catch the start of the Arizona game. If the game is all but decided, Pac-12 Bay Area, Pac-12 Los Angeles, Pac-12 Mountain and Pac-12 Oregon will also switch to the start of the Arizona-Nevada game. Pac-12 Washington and Pac-12 Network (national feed) will stay with the Washington State game until the end.

8:07 p.m. – Arizona vs. Nevada

Pac-12 Arizona will televise the U of A game from start to finish. The others will join depending on the status of the Washington State game. Pac-12 Bay Area, Pac-12 Los Angeles, Pac-12 Mountain and Pac-12 Oregon will switch to the Arizona game at 8:05 if the WSU game is a runaway. Pac-12 Washington and Pac-12 Network (the national feed) will stay until of the end of the Washington State game before switching to Tucson. 

If you have the national network or one of the regionals and you aren’t getting the game you want, you should log into your Pac-12 Now mobile app or Pac-12.com with the username and password you have established with your TV Provider and select the regional network that is carrying your game.

If you are part of an alumni club watch party at a bar it is likely that you will be watching the national feed. If that is true, it is probable that you will miss the start of your game unless you are part of an Oregon watch party then you will have no issues.

We hope this helps you find the games you want. 

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