Pac-12 Network Reaches Deal With DISH Network, To Carry Saturday Games

The Pac-12 Network has reached a deal with DISH Network, and subscribers will begin getting the network in time for Saturday's college football schedule.

"Now Pac-12 Networks is available through more than 40 television providers, including four of the top five largest distributors in the United States," the network released in a statement.

That one missing distributor is DirecTV, which is the elephant in the room, but getting DISH Network on board is a major step in the right direction for the Pac-12 Network.

The network will be available on channel 413 on DISH Network, and Saturday's television schedule features six games. The highlights are the No. 4 Oregon Ducks hosting the Fresno State Bulldogs, and the Arizona Wildcats hosting the No. 18 Oklahoma State Cowboys.

The UCLA Bruins will play their first game on the Pac-12 Network on Sept. 15, hosting the Houston Cougars at the Rose Bowl. The USC Trojans make their debut on the network in two weeks, with a Sept. 22 home game against the Cal Bears.

For more news and notes on USC football, be sure to read Conquest Chronicles. For all things UCLA football, be sure to read Bruins Nation.

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