Pac-12 Networks viewer guide for Nov. 20
Tonight, Pac-12 Networks dishes out an evening filled with football, volleyball, and basketball. Mike Yam and Rick Neuheisel are joined by Yogi Roth in-studio for a new episode of Football Weekly and we get more Sonny Dykes and Todd Graham behind-the-scenes in an all new installment of The Drive.
You also don’t want to miss the volleyball match-up between No. 3 Washington and No. 5 Stanford at the Farm, plus the No. 16 Colorado hosts Iowa in women’s hoops.
Here is the breakdown of each event, including which of the seven Pac-12 Networks you will be able to find the programming you wish to see:
6:00 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Networks (all)
Mike Yam, Rick Neuheisel, and Yogi Roth discuss the latest around the Pac-12 football landscape. Mike Yam talks with ASU’s Osahon Irabor about the upcoming UCLA game and welcomes special guest Jahvid Best, former Cal running back. With a season full of upsets, close games, and 11 conference games remaining, Mike, Rick and Yogi certainly have plenty to talk about.
6:00 p.m. PT, live stream
The Arizona women’s hoops team (2-2) returns to Tucson to face Stephen F. Austin. The team is coming off a win against UCSB this past Saturday, after suffering a pair of tough overtime losses in New York. After battling a few injuries already, the team looks to its freshmen to step up. This game is only available via live stream at game time (link here).
7:00 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Networks (all)
Arizona State prepares to host the Oregon State Beavers at Sun Devil Stadium in pursuit of the Pac-12 Championship Game. The Sun Devils must master a plan of attack in order to stop OSU QB Sean Mannion and WR Brandin Cooks. While at Cal, Sony Dykes tries to motivate his team in the hopes of breaking their losing streak against the Colorado Buffs. The Bears focus on strengthening the running game to make their multi-faceted offense a force despite nature’s forces in Colorado.
7:30 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Network /AZ/BA/LA/OR/WA
With only four games left in the regular Pac-12 season, Washington and Stanford are both fighting for the top place in the Pac-12 conference, with Stanford only two games behind Washington. No. 3 Washington aims to keep their superior standing while Stanford strives to upset the Huskies, especially to avenge their loss to Washington in a five-set thriller earlier this season.
7:30 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Mountain only
No. 16 Colorado looks to continue their 3-0 record and defeat the strong Iowa team at the cusp of breaking into the AP Top-25. The Buffs are looking to keep their momentum after their 50-point victory over Alcorn State this past Friday. This nonconference match-up will certainly be entertaining, as the Iowa Hawkeyes are also undefeated coming off an overtime win against then-No. 14 Dayton and are looking for another upset
**The Colorado basketball game will only be aired on Pac-12 Mountain.
What does that mean for viewers on remaining Pac-12 Networks?
If viewers do not have Pac-12 Mountain and would like to see the Colorado-Iowa game live, the alternative is to authenticate your cable subscription via Pac-12.com or the Pac-12 Now app to view Pac-12 Mountain 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/entries/21858627-Providers-that-support-Pac-12-Now-Web-iPad-iPhone-Android-. A re-air of the Colorado-Iowa game will also play at 11:00 p.m. PT on the national network.
For Comcast/XfinityTV customers who subscribe to the Pac-12 Networks but do not get the Mountain regional network at home, you will be able to watch the Colorado game by logging in with your Comcast ID and password through XfinityTV. The direct link to Pac-12 Mountain can be found here: http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/live/network/pac12networkmountain.
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/gamefinder/. DISH subscribers can also watch online or on mobile device by authenticating via the Pac-12 Now app or Pac-12.com. The alternative channel is 5454 for HD, 5453 for SD, and 406-02 on the Hopper.