Comcast XFINITY customers have been able to watch Pac-12 Networks since we first hit the airwaves, but now there's another way to watch along wherever you are. Starting today, you can access Pac-12 Networks on the Web, tablet, and iOS or Android devices via our Pac-12 Now app.
Good news for Nerd Nation: Stanford wide receiver Ty Montgomery will play in the season opener Saturday against UC Davis. He underwent surgery on his right shoulder in February and hurt his knee in the Rose Bowl against Michigan State.
Do you know what's great about football? Once the season begins this Thursday, you can spend pretty much all day basking in the warm glow of Pac-12 pigskin.
We don't want you to have to miss a minute of the game you really want to see, so Pac-12 Networks will offer a remedy on both AT&T U-verse and Dish for the first two weeks of 2014.
Pac-12 Networks announced today that AT&T U-verse and DISH will offer their customers additional channels for games being played at the same time on August 30, giving thousands of loyal Pac-12 fans options to see the games they want during a busy first two weeks of the 2014 football season.
The Pac-12 coaches teleconference returned for 2014 on Tuesday with focus on an odd developing story: USC Trojans cornerback Josh Shaw's account about saving his nephew from drowning and injuring himself doing so has been questioned.
Cal announced Monday that Haas Pavilion will receive $10 million in improvements. According to the school’s release, the money will go toward a new scoreboard hung over center court, better sound and lighting systems, and improved facilities for video production.
The Pac-12 Networks’ flagship show, Pac-12 Sports Report returned for its season two debut on Monday, August 25 at 7:00 p.m. PT.
I'm sun burned agan (sorry, Mom) so you know I had a great weekend and that I sure could've used what the Utah footballers were lining up for.
The UCLA women's soccer team paid tribute to the late Jon McCullough on Friday as the Bruins defeated Maryland, 3-0, in their season opener in Westwood, which was broadcast on Pac-12 Networks.