Pac-12 Networks Launch Wednesday: College Football Fans React

It's finally here boys and girls. The Pac-12 network is set to come online Wednesday evening and everyone is excited about it.

The folks over at Bruins Nation, the dedicated UCLA blog, have broken down their initial coverage, which is set to begin around 6 p.m. PT Wednesday night. They'll start with their flagship program 'Pac-12 live,' breaking down the upcoming football schedule, recapping the Olympics and its Pac-12 ties, and much more.

Over at Block U, the site for Utah Ute fans, they talk about the problems some of the network cable providers are having with the Pac-12 network, noting that providers like Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications and Bright House Communications should have no problems, though other providers like Direct TV might still have problems.

At Pacific Takes, SB Nation's Pac-12 blog, they take a closer look at some important things to remember as the Pac-12 network gets started, mainly that nothing is perfect.

For more on the the Pac-12, make sure that you check out Pacific Takes as well as SB Nation's dedicated college football hub.

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