Utah basketball will play at least 28 televised games this season, most on the Pac-12 Network, the conference announced Tuesday. Additionally, the Utes canceled its Dec. 14 game against Evergreen State and replaced it with a home game against the College of Idaho on Dec. 28.
Utah's trip to Provo to play BYU on Dec. 8 is one of three games that is not scheduled to be televised, although that could change. The Utes will also play non-televised games Nov. 28 at Southern Methodist and Nov. 30 at Texas State.
The Utes will play 23 times on the Pac-12 Network, three times on ESPNU and once on Fox Sports Net. Click here for the full schedule.
— Bill Oram
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