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Coach won’t be happy if he finds out you still have a cable subscription. But how else are you supposed to keep up with all the hottest sports games? Take your shot with skinny bundles — a streaming service that lets you watch live TV channels for a fraction of the cost. Your channel lineup will be skinnier, which means you won’t have all those filler channels you don’t actually watch. If you enjoy Pac-12 Network, rest assured the following services offer it with their subscriptions.

Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream Pac-12 Network (national):
  Price Channels Free Trial  
$74.99 - $94.99 220+ 7 days Watch Now
$40 - $60 30+ - 130+ 3 days Watch Now

How to Watch Pac-12 Network Without Cable

Skinny bundles let you stream cable-like packages of live network channels over the internet. It’s like signing in to Netflix but having access to live TV channels instead. Because you can stream skinny bundles online, you can take them on the go and watch them anywhere you want. All you need to know is who offers one. If you’re interested in a provider that offers Pac-12 Network, then here are your options:

Can I Watch Pac-12 Network 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 watch the Pac-12 Network on Roku, Fire TV, and many more modern streaming devices using fuboTV and Sling TV.

Most Popular Shows on Pac-12 Network

Pac-12 Network is all about sports, but there’s more than meets the eye! Here’s some of the programming you can find on the channel:

  • “Pac-12 After Dark”
  • “Football in 60”
  • “The 12 Best”
  • “The 12 Greatest”
  • “Our Stories”

More to Stream for Fans of Pac-12 Network

Real football fans know you can never watch enough football. Pac-12 Network offers plenty of content to keep you full, but it can’t hurt to have a few backups. The following channels also provide the kind of programming that drew you to Pac-12 in the first place.

Like Pac-12 Network, ESPN covers the biggest games every season and takes you behind the scenes to meet your favorite players. The commentators are also next-level, and they always have a good grip on what’s going on. Read how to watch ESPN without cable and thank us later.

We can’t forget NFL Redzone, which covers everything related to the NFL and its games. Perhaps the best part is that there are no commercial breaks — turn on your device on Sunday to catch up with the week’s games without a single interruption. And yes, NFL Redzone is also available without cable.

13 thoughts on “How to Watch Pac-12 Network Without Cable in 2024

  1. 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. 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. 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.

    1. srbluesguy says:

      You must be a Mildkitty fan. Poor skills? Sun Devils 70, Mildkitties 7. The game wasn’t as close as thej score indicates, but Herm Edwards felt sorry for the Kitties.

  4. 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.

    1. Anonymous says:

      Get Roku

  5. 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. 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.

    1. PRMan says:

      You can watch replays on ESPN Roku channel (or whatever box you have) at any time after the game has ended.

  7. 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. 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.

    1. PRMan says:

      Then it would cost what Fubo does. So why not just switch now if you prefer that model?

  9. peter says:

    one should be able to pay for games ala carte instead of entire season. pac 12 network not fwd thinking hence why most people don’t bother with them

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