Are you 100% sure that it carries PACN?
It’s important you’re sure, because the number of providers carrying Pac-12 Network is...well...not great. In fact, that’s always been the knock against the Network and has been a sore spot for years among Pac-12 fans.
The good news
You may already have PACN and not know it. The Pac-12 Network has a helpful webpage to let you check.
What if your TV provider doesn’t carry PACN?
Ok, so you’re like a lot of people and your current TV provider doesn’t carry the Pac-12 Network. How can you easily (and cheaply) get around that? The good news is that there are two streaming options available for you, one with a free trial and one with a cheap first month.
- The FREE option to get Pac-12 Network
Don’t want to pay any money? Then FuboTV is your choice. FuboTV is a streaming only service that offers a 7 day free trial that includes the Pac-12 Network. It’s also an option that is supported on a wide variety of devices (click here for the full list). Just cancel after watching the game to avoid being charged any money.
NOTE: Make sure to add on the “Sports Plus with Redzone” package. It’s still free, but that’s where PACN hides.
- The “not free but still cheap” option to get Pac-12 Network
I’m not sure why you’d go any farther than FREE on this list, but maybe you hate FuboTV with the passion of a thousand white hot suns. If this describes you, then you can also stream Pac-12 Network on SlingTV. Sling offers all of its packages for $10 for the first month, so if that’s your thing, go for it! Much like Fubo, it’s available for viewing on a variety of devices (click here for the full list).
So there you have it. Make sure you’ve got PACN before Saturday if you want to watch the Gophers!
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