How to Stream Pac-12 Network
Pac-12 Network is available on fuboTV, Sling TV, and Vidgo.
These live TV streaming services work on Smart TVs, Google Chromecast with Google TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, PCs and smartphones.
How to Watch Pac-12 Networks on Roku, Amazon Fire TV
PAC-12 Networks come in two flavors — the national, and regional channels.
This guide will quickly cover how cord-cutters and college football fans can use live TV streaming services to watch Pac-12 Conference games without cable.
The cheapest option for Pac-12 national and six regional channels in 2021 is Sling TV at $46 per month.
All you need is an Internet connection and a Smart TV to start streaming Pac-12 Networks live without cable.
A streaming device such as a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Google Chromecast with Google TV also support live TV streaming services.
In years past, Pac-12 fans were left scrambling when AT&T dropped Pac-12 Network from its U-Verse service. Getting caught up in disputes between cable companies and networks is pointless.
For the 2021 season, Pac-12 Networks plans to broadcast 36 home games. ESPN and FOX Sports will air 45 games from Pac-12 home and neutral sites, including the 2021 Pac-12 Football Championship Game on Friday, Dec. 3. The championship game will also be broadcast on ABC.
Here’s a quick breakdown of your best options to watch Pac-12 Networks live without cable.
Table of Contents
- How to Stream Pac-12 Network
- How to Watch Pac-12 Networks on Roku, Amazon Fire TV
- Does Hulu have Pac-12 Network?
- Does the Pac-12 Now app work on Roku or Amazon Fire TV?
- What’s the best way to watch Pac-12 Network without cable?
Sling TV is your cheapest way to watch Pac-12 Network without a cable subscription.
The important thing to remember is that you’re going to need to add the Sports Extra bundle to watch Pac-12 Networks.
You can get all Pac-12 channels by adding the Sports Extra bundle to either the Orange or Blue channel package. The regional channels include Pac-12 Arizona, Pac-12 Bay Area, Pac-12 Los Angeles, Pac-12 Mountain, Pac-12 Oregon and Pac-12 Washington.
But you should pay close attention to what channels that Orange and Blue include.
Sports Extra with Sling Orange vs Sling Blue
Sports Extra costs $11 more per month, and adds about 12 more channels. Those channels are beIN SPORTS, ESPN Bases Loaded, ESPN Goal Line, ESPNews, ESPNU, NBA TV, NHL Network, Outside Television, Pac-12 Network, SEC Network, SEC Network Plus and Stadium.
Sling Blue gets you 45 channels for $35 per month. FS1, FS2 and NFL Network are included. Sling Blue lets you stream on three screens at once..
Adding the Sports Extra bundle to Sling Blue costs $11 more per month, and adds about 9 channels. Those channels are beIN SPORTS, Golf Channel, NBA TV, NFL RedZone, NHL Network, Olympic Channel, Outside Television, Pac-12 Network and Stadium.
You can get both Sling Orange and Sling Blue together for $50 per month. Subscribers get 50 hours of Cloud DVR with either plan.
With Sling TV, you can watch Pac-12 Network on Roku, Fire Stick, Apple TV, smart phones, Android TV software, AirTV Player, Chromecast, and Xbox.
There are no contracts, and you can easily cancel online whenever you want.
fuboTV has all the channels you will need to watch Pac-12 football.
Big Ten Network, ESPN, ESPN2, the national feed of Pac-12 Network and local CBS, ABC, NBC and FOX stations are part of the starter bundle.
There are entertainment channels like Bravo, FX, Hallmark channels and National Geographic. The Weather Channel, CBSN and FOX News are in the 116+ channel lineup too.
For entertainment networks, there’s AMC, BBC America, Bravo, USA, FX, Nat Geo Wild, SyFy and Viceland.
Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV and Android TV devices like NVIDIA Shield TV all have fuboTV apps.
fuboTV subscribers can activate 41 TV Everywhere apps, including the Pac-12 Now app on iOS and Android devices.
Regional Pac-12 Networks: Arizona, Los Angeles and Pac-12 Mountain
If you want one of the six other Pac-12 channels, then you can sign up for fuboTV’s Sports Plus bundle. That gives you 21 more channels for an additional $10.99 per month.
The Sports Plus bundle includes NFL RedZone, all four Stadium networks, Sports Illustrated TV, Golf TV English, Golf TV Spanish, Pac-12 Arizona, Pac-12 Bay Area, Pac-12 Los Angeles, Pac-12 Mountain, Pac-12 Oregon, Pac-12 Washington, FOX College Sports Atlantic, FOX College Sports Pacific, FNTSY, Fight Network and TyC Sports.
You can try fuboTV free for a week and cancel online if you don’t like it.
You can watch national and regional Pac-12 Networks when you subscribe to Vidgo.
There are 95+ live TV channels, including ESPN, ESPN2, FOX, NFL Network, and NFL Redzone.
ACC Network, Longhorn Network and Pac-12 Networks are included. Subscribers can watch live TV on three screens at once.
Vidgo works on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, PCs and iOS devices. There is a watch-party option if you are using the mobile app.
Does Hulu have Pac-12 Network?
No. Hulu with Live TV carries networks that do broadcast some Pac-12 games. These networks include ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, FS1, FS2, and local FOX stations.
Does the Pac-12 Now app work on Roku or Amazon Fire TV?
At the moment, the Pac-12 Now app only works on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android and iOS devices. Subscribers to fuboTV can also log in to the pac12.com site and watch live games.
What’s the best way to watch Pac-12 Network without cable?
Sling TV is the cheapest way possible to live stream Pac-12 Network to your TV using a Roku or other streaming device. With the Sports Extra bundle, you can watch Pac-12 live for $46 per month.
When you sign up for Sling TV, there are no contracts, or extra fees like cable TV. The first month costs only $10.
fuboTV might be a better value because you’re getting a wider channel selection, including local channels such as ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC.
You can look over what local channels and regional sports networks are in your area. fuboTV offers a free 7-day trial with no obligations.
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