Lady Vols vs. Stanford on Pac-12 Networks

Pac-12 Networks?

That’s what you will need for your television lineup if you want to watch the Tennessee women’s basketball game at Stanford on Saturday.

The Pac-12 Networks will carry the game at 4:30 p.m. Eastern from Maples Pavilion.

The Pac-12 Network is available on cable in Knoxville from Comcast Cable at channel 786 to subscribers of certain sports tier packages. You can check with Comcast if you do not have that channel.

AT&T U-verse TV offers the Pac-12 Network (Ch. 759) and Pac-12 Network HD (Ch. 1759).

As for satellite providers, Dish Network offers the Pac-12 Network (Ch. 413) and Pac-12 Network HD (Ch. 413) for Knoxville subscribers.

Pac-12 Networks is not available on DirecTV.

To view online, there is limited access depending on your cable provider. Go to and see if your cable provider offers the game.

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Comments » 3

johnlg00 writes:

Surely is a danged shame none of the other sports networks saw fit to pick up this game. I HOPE the game can be streamed through because it is ridiculous to expect people to subscribe to the Pac-12 network to see one game. If necessary, I will listen to the audio feed through Whether I can see it or not, the LVs had BETTER come ready to play and take care of the darned ball better than they have at almost any time so far this season!

ModelMaker writes:

I don't have dish network so I guess I will be listening too the game on the Sports Animal. I here Jones will be starting for defensive purposes on Ogwumike. She is their leader and one of the best player's in the Country. I hope the Lady Vols come out very aggressive and mean business without fouling (a little footwork well help). Someone has to lead the way and make everyone feel comfortable when the game starts. Do the Lady Vols have that someone?

beckerbb#606002 writes:

Fire Dave Hart for not doing his job and getting this game shown locally.

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