The Pac-12 Networks launch today (Aug. 15) at 7 p.m. MDT, and here's where to find them on Comcast in Utah:
Channel 37: Pac-12 Mountain in standard definition. It's in the Comcast Digital Starter level of service, as well as in the Digital Preferred, Digital Preferred Plus and Digital Premier.
Channel 757: Pac-12 Mountain in high definition. It's in the Comcast Digital Starter Level of service, as well as in the Digital Preferred, Digital Preferred Plus and Digital Premier levels.
Channel 410: Pac-12 National in standard definition. It's in the Comcast Sports Entertainment Tier.
(For Comcast subscribers in Heber, the channels are different. They info is the same, but it's on Channel 53, Channel 757 and Channel 411.)
Pac-12 Mountain is the regional network shared by Utah and Colorado. It includes all the national events (including all the football games) along with regional events involving the Utes and the Buffaloes.
The Pac-12 National channel also includes all the national events along with selected events from each of the six regional networks. Some, but not all, events involving the Utes will air on the national channel.
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