Every year, Pac-12 Networks broadcasts over 850 live events across seven networks, including 30+ football games, 150+ men’s basketball games, 100+ women’s basketball games, Pac-12 Championship events, and a slew of top-tier women’s and Olympic sports events.

In addition to live events, Pac-12 Networks produces hundreds of hours of studio shows, exclusive material, and original programming to provide fans inside access and the most comprehensive coverage of each Pac-12 campus. Pac-12 Networks will live-stream a number of events on Pac-12 Plus, its digital network featuring university-produced broadcasts of Olympic events such as soccer, volleyball, gymnastics, baseball, ice hockey, swimming & diving, softball, track & field, wrestling, lacrosse, tennis, and water polo, in addition to the 850 live events on TV.

Activate Pac-12 on your Device

  • Launch the Pac-12 app on your device.
  • Get the TV code from TV screen.
  • Using browser, go to on PC or Mobile.
  • Enter the code from TV screen.
  • Click Continue.

What are my choices if my TV provider does not carry Pac-12 Networks?

The only method to acquire access to Pac-12 Networks is to change providers to one of the several that do carry the networks. We understand that transferring providers may be difficult, so we’ve made it as simple as possible for you. Visit this page’s channel finder, input your zip code, and you’ll be able to connect to one of the many providers in your region right away.

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How to Install Pac-12 App on your Device?

Yes. To view all Pac-12 Networks programming, download the Pac-12 Now app for iOS or Android or go to today. If your television provider supports TV Everywhere, you may log in through the Pac-12 Now app or to enjoy all seven networks anywhere and whenever you choose.

If your provider does not offer TV Everywhere, please visit the “Contact your provider” button on this page to contact customer care for alternate choices.

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Pac-12 Networks produces 850 live events each year as well as hundreds of hours of original and studio content, which it makes accessible to all providers. Each supplier determines how the material is delivered to you. If your provider does not enable you to access your favorite material on, the Pac-12 Now app, or on TV, we encourage you to contact them and express your desire.

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What vital material will each Network feature?

The Pac-12 Network: All Pac-12 colleges’ live events, including 30+ football games, 150+ men’s basketball games, Pac-12 Championship events, and a slew of top-tier women’s and Olympic sports events, are available. Our all-access shoulder content, including The Pregame, Inside Pac-12 Football, and The Drive: Pac-12 Football, premieres first on Pac-12 Network.

Arizona (Pac-12): Live coverage of Arizona and Arizona State football, men’s and women’s basketball, and Olympic sports.

Pac-12 Conference Los Angeles: Live coverage of UCLA and USC football, men’s and women’s basketball, and Olympic sports.

Bay Area Pac-12: Coverage of live events between California and Stanford in football, men’s and women’s basketball, and Olympic sports.

Oregon (Pac-12): Oregon and Oregon-related live events Football, men’s and women’s basketball, and Olympic sports are all covered by the state.

Washington, Pac-12: Live coverage of Washington and Washington State football, men’s and women’s basketball, and Olympic sports.

Mountain in the Pac-12: Live coverage of Colorado and Utah football, men’s and women’s basketball, and Olympic sports.

Reporting on the Game Before and After

Pac-12 Networks, like in previous years, will provide full before and postgame coverage of its 149 men’s basketball games, including the “Pac-12 Basketball Pregame Show,” sponsored by New York Life; the “Pac-12 Game break”; and the “Pac-12 Postgame Report.”

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In a new twist for the next season, the Pac-12 Networks will provide live, on-site coverage of select men’s basketball games in conference play, both before and after tipoff. On January 5, 2019, Pac-12 Networks will stream a quintuple header of Conference basketball, highlighted by Oregon State vs. Oregon in a live broadcast of the “Pac-12 Basketball Pregame Show” from Eugene.

Most Number of Protected Days:

Studio coverage of men’s basketball starts tomorrow, November 6, with “Tip-off Tuesday,” and continues on select Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays throughout the season, marking Pac-12 Networks’ most days of coverage ever surrounding men’s basketball.

Coverage of the Entire Tournament:

For the first time ever, both the men’s and women’s tournaments will be broadcast live from Las Vegas on the Pac-12 Networks, which will also provide pre and post game coverage. The women’s tournament will air from the MGM Grand Garden Arena on March 7-10, 2019, while the men’s tournament will air from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas from March 13-16, 2019.