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If there's one thing that keeps an average person from cutting the cord, it's the fear that some specific channel or certain type of content won't be available once they make the jump. We hear this all the time: “I can’t cut the cord because I love baseball,” for instance, or “I can't cut the cord because I need my local news.” But this isn't really true (and if you don't believe me, just click on those links in the last sentence). In the overwhelmingly majority of cases, your favorite sport or news source or network TV channel is available through cord-cutting solutions, too. That's why we're here with another guide to finding a specific channel without having to pay for cable. This is your complete explainer on how to watch Pac-12 Networks without cable. We're covering all of the Pac-12 Networks here, including all the regional feeds.

Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream Pac-12 Network (national):

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How to Watch the Pac-12 Network Without Cable

Skinny bundles are services that stream cable-like packages of live network channels over the internet. As the name suggests, these typically aren't the 200-channel monstrosities that cable and satellite try to sell you. So you won't get The Polka Classics Channel or Home Shopping Network 8, but you will get most of your favorite channels for a lower price than you'd pay for cable. And since skinny bundles stream online, you can watch them anywhere – on your TV through a smart TV, Roku, Fire TV, and so on, or through your smartphone, computer, or other supported device.

Okay, back to the core question. We asked how to watch the Pac-12 Networks without cable, and we've told you the answer is to subscribe to a skinny bundle. But which one? Well, you have a couple of options.

Stream Pac-12 Network for free with fuboTV

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fuboTV is focused on all kinds of sports, regardless of whether the players are professionals or student athletes. fuboTV now features Pac-12 Networks, making it one of just a few ways fans can watch Pac-12 Networks without cable. Sign up for a fuboTV bundle that includes the network, and enjoy a free trial! You can read our review of fuboTV for more information.

Stream Pac-12 Network for free with Sling TV

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Sling TV is a skinny bundle that offers customers their choice of two base packages. Beyond that, though, what your TV package looks like is up to you: Sling TV lets customers customize their skinny bundles with small add-on bundles. That means that you can easily include rarer channels like Pac-12 Networks without paying for 200 other unnecessary channels. All six regional Pac-12 Networks feeds are available through Sling TV's bundle options.

Can I Watch Pac-12 Networks on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?

You can watch the Bruins, Golden Bears, Huskies, and more without leaving your home. Or you can do something else: leave your home and take the Pac-12 action with you. Watching Pac-12 Networks without cable on the go is easier than ever.. You can choose from mobile devices, laptops, and more. See the chart below to find out all the ways you can keep up with your favorite Pac-12 sport.

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Packing in the Pac-12 Action

You’ll find Pac-12 colleges in big cities like Los Angeles and Seattle, as well as in small towns like Corvallis, Oregon, and Pullman, Washington. But can you name all 12 teams you’ll find on Pac-12 Networks? It’s OK if you can’t; you can still enjoy watching Pac-12 Networks without cable regardless. There's great match-ups to watch in sports like football, basketball, soccer, and much more.

It’s easier than ever to follow your favorite Pac-12 sports without having to sign a cable contract. So if you’ve been waiting for the right time to jump into watching Pac-12 Networks without cable, then wait no more. Find a free trial and get started today.

8 thoughts on “How to Watch the Pac-12 Network Without Cable

  1. Avatar Paul Sampson says:

    In terms of Pac-12 Network, go ahead, add the package. All you’re gonna get is archived “talking heads.” Cancelled my subscription within two hours.

    All of the Pac-12 games offered here I can watch on FREE TV without all the signup, create account, enter CC info only to cancel.

    Pure waste of time.

  2. Avatar Karen says:

    We are very happy getting Pac-12 Network using Sling TV we can get through our Roku. Tomorrow night we can watch our ASU Sun Devils play UCLA. So much better than going to a bar and watching without sound. It’s true many of the games end up being televised on other major channels, but not always. There’s no contract so after the football season is over we can cancel.

  3. Avatar Mike Tveet says:

    Sorry you are having to watch the ASU Sun Devils. They are probably more tolerable to watch at a bar with no sound and a drink in your hand to forget those awful colors and poor sports skills.

  4. Avatar J. J. says:

    I have a problem. I have had DirecTV for a number of years. They are the only major TV provider who won’t provide the Pac-12 Network. But, they touted themselves as the #1 Sport Network. NOT. I went to UCLA and want to get the Pac-12 Network in whatever form I can. I have a flat screen TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick, and a Samsung Blu-ray and DVD player.

    Could you please help? Thank you for giving me hope. 😉 I realize that this may not be a site intended for this but I’m desperate.

  5. Avatar Bradley Barnes says:

    I live for the day Utah’s Runnin’ Utes are the team to beat in the PAC 12! Tickets to one game are more than three months of Sling, and combining Orange and Blue is the way to get the NFL Network as well.

    Thanks for your work on this matter.

  6. Avatar Ron says:

    Sadly there is no truly a la carte service. If we could pick every channel we wanted off a list, that would be shangrala. DVR capability is big for many of us. Sling has a decent DVR but Disney screwed Sling and won’t allow you to record their precious content including ESPN. DirecTV Now however lets you record ESPN. If I could get Pac 12 on DTV Now, I’d go with it… Sling it is.

  7. Avatar Bob says:

    Was watching Colorado vs ASU last night on PAC-12 network on my ipad. ( through a San Diego cable provider). But when they cut to commercials, all of them were car commercials from Knoxville Tennessee. Can anyone explain what might have caused this.

  8. Avatar Joel James says:

    Sling tv needs it’s heads examined if they think using an antenna is the answer to receiving local channels. This is the Pacific Northwest, we have hills and many interferences. They don’t work, I’ve tried. Suggest incorporating like FUBO does, only get KOMO listed in the lineup and I’ll consider signing up.

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