The Pac-12 has reached an agreement with AT&T U-verse to provide customers with Pac-12 Networks, effective immediately. Those with AT&T's programming will have full access to all of Saturday's games.
Here is part of the Pac-12's official statement on the agreement, which includes the channel listings.
Under the agreement, AT&T U-verse will carry the following Pac-12 networks:
Pac-12 Network on channel 759 SD/1759 HD
Pac-12 Bay Area on channel 760 SD/1760 HD
Pac-12 Los Angeles on channel 761 SD/1761 HD
AT&T U-verse will make Pac-12 Networks content available to costomers on PCs, tablets and smart phones in the near future.
With the deal, Pac-12 Networks now is available on four of the top six distributors in the U.S., and more than 50 television providers overall. Existing partners continue to launch Pac-12 Networks in more markets around the country including Comcast in Chicago, Time Warner Cable in the Midwest, and Cox in New England and the Washington DC area, among others.
In addition to 35 football and 150 basketball games, Pac-12 Networks will televise 750 sporting events during the 2013-14 school year. The opening rounds of the men's Pac-12 Basketball Tournament in Las Vegas will also be covered by the network. In addition to live programming, Pac-12 Networks features a variety of highlight shows, recapping the week's action from their studios in the Bay Area.
AT&T U-verse had reportedly been nearing an agreement with the Pac-12, and after not having last weekend's football games available, some felt a deal was imminent. There are four football games slated for the network today, including No. 5 Stanford taking on San Jose State.
The Pac-12 and DirecTV are still without an agreement despite the network launching nearly 13 months ago.