TV update for Oregon game

SOMETHING COULD STILL change but if things hold the course as of late Monday afternoon, where you live, what package you have and what TV carrier you subscribe to will determine if you'll be able to see the Washington State-Oregon game live on free TV this Saturday night. Kickoff is at 6:15.

Barring a number of machinations unforeseen, (whereby the WSU-Oregon game would be picked up regionally by FSN), this Saturday's tilt as of now looks to only be seen on live TV on the Oregon Sports Network.

For state of Washington viewers, that would mean the game would be available only on Comcast, and on the Comcast SportsNet Northwest channel.

An initial glance at Dish and DirecTV does not show CSN-NW as being carried among their offerings in any package.

A list of carriers and channels of where CSN-NW is available can be found on their website here.

The broadcast situation could still change and given the complexity and fluid nature of the Pac-10 television broadcast contract, it's always a good idea to call your carrier directly to inquire.

For paying members of the Oregon athletics site, the Ducks' site was also as of Monday afternoon advertising the game will be streamed live online, but again, for a fee.

ALSO, WASHINGTON STATE is seeking a waiver in order to have its Oct. 10 game against ASU televised live, according to a report in the Arizona Republic.

Kickoff for ASU is scheduled for 2 p.m. It's homecoming at WSU that weekend, Washington State "wants an afternoon start" and is requesting permission to have the game on live TV. A decision is expected to be announced Tuesday, according to the report.

If there is no live telecast for ASU, there appears a decent chance the game will be shown on a tape-delayed basis. Word on that was also expected to be announced Tuesday, said the paper.

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