The 4-3 USC Trojans are playing their fifth all-time game on the now year-old Pac-12 Networks, and oddly enough, they’ve all been home games, so far. That could change with trips to Berkeley and Boulder looming.
Today, it’s Kyle Whittingham’s 4-3 Utah Utes that come calling in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for their second trip since joining the conference in 2011, live on the Pac-12 Networks at 1:00 p.m. Pacific, and 2:00 p.m. Mountain time back in Salt Lake.
Broadcasters Kevin Calabro and Yogi Roth, the network’s No. 2 broadcast team, will be on the call, while Jill Savage will man the sidelines.
Due to the fact that the Pac-12 and DirecTV don’t have a deal in place, the demand for online streams and locations for watch parties is heightened this week.
Luckily for P12N subscribers, the game is being streamed live and legally on the Pac-12’s website, though you’ll have to provide authentication that your cable provider both carries the network, and that you’re subscribed to it. You can do so by simply logging into your cable provider’s website, through the Pac-12’s video player.
To access the live game stream from the Pac-12 Networks, you can click here to watch the game.