Stanford’s head coach David Shaw during their first fall practice on their practice field at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif. on Monday, Aug.
Stanford's head coach David Shaw during their first fall practice on their practice field at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif. on Monday, Aug. 12, 2013. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group) (Nhat V. Meyer)

The Pac-12 and AT&T have reached a distribution deal for U-verse to carry the Pac-12 Networks broadcasts.

The deal was announced Saturday and U-verse will pick up five football games on Saturday, including the Cal-Portland State game at 2 p.m. and Stanford-San Jose State at 8 p.m.

AT&T will be the exclusive wireless provider for Pac-12 athletic venues, according to a news release by the conference.

Under the agreement, AT&T U-verse will carry the following Pac-12 networks in standard definition and high definition:

  • 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

    California Golden Bears’ Isaac Lapite (20) fails to stop Northwestern Wildcats’ Tony Jones (6) as he catches a touchdown pass in the first
    California Golden Bears' Isaac Lapite (20) fails to stop Northwestern Wildcats' Tony Jones (6) as he catches a touchdown pass in the first quarter of their season opener at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, Calif., on Saturday, August 31, 2013. (Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group) ( JOSE CARLOS FAJARDO )

    In a press release, AT&T and Pac-12 Networks said that later this academic year they will provide web and app access to Pac-12 programming. Specific details, including the date those viewing options will be available, were not provided.

    Bay Area News Group staff writer Jon Wilner contributed to this report.



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