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Pac-12 Networks welcomes new fans

Aug 27, 2013
Juan Ocampo

Pac-12 fans in Connecticut, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Ohio, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Virginia and Washington D.C. – welcome to Pac-12 Networks. Come on in and we’ll show you around.

Use our channel finder to know where we are on your dial (antiquated term alert). Here’s the complete Pac-12 Networks TV schedule with all our original programs, studio shows and live events.

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More details about each program are found on individual show pages – but don’t overthink it. Dive in to our programming anywhere and you’ll be pleased with what you see, around the clock. No late-night infomercials here.

Football on Pac-12 Networks starts Friday with Northern Arizona at Arizona. Here’s the Pac-12 football schedule with TV info and links to more sports, too. Pac-12 Networks will televise 750 live events in 2013-14, including 35 football games, 150 men’s basketball games and hundreds of Olympic sports.

Lastly, meet your hosts. Click here to see Ashley Adamson’s “mom dance” and learn the secret to Mike Yam’s consistently tidy hair. We do have fun.