How to Watch Cal v. Sacramento State Football: Live Stream, TV Channel, Prediction
How to watch Cal v. Sacramento State college football game without cable
The California Golden Bears (0-2) play host to the Sacramento State Hornets (1-1) at FTX Field at California Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 18, seeking their first win of the season.
After losses to Nevada and Texas Christian University, there's a good chance the Golden Bears come out on top.
California is a perfect 2-0 against Sacramento State, a Football Championship Subdivision team. The Hornets travel to Berkeley, Calif., coming off a 16-34 home loss to the Northern Iowa Panthers last week.
While many U.S. sportsbooks did not take any action on this week's match-up, DraftKings' betting line, as of Friday, Sept. 17, is California -27 and a total of 47.
DraftKings' odds indicate the California Golden Bears are 27-point favorites over the Sacramento State Hornets. The point total for over-and-under bets is 47.
Here's how to watch Cal v. Sacramento State college football this Saturday.
How to Watch Cal v. Sacramento State College Football
When: Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021
Kick-Off Time: 1 p.m. Pacific
Where: FTX Field at California Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, Calif.
TV: Pac-12 Network
Radio: KGO Radio 810 AM or on the TuneIn radio app
How to Watch Cal v. Sacramento State College Football without Cable
The Cal v. Sacramento State college football game will air on the Pac-12 Network. You can stream the Pac-12 Network online through the Pac-12 Now app, on Pac-12.com, or another live TV streaming service without a cable subscription.
Write for California will also have a live fan stream. Follow along on Saturday in our live game threads and @WriteForCalLIVE on Twitter for real-time reactions, commentary and play-by-play analysis.
But if you DO have a cable subscription, you can watch the Cal game on Pac-12 networks if your cable subscription is one of several allowed by Pac-12 networks. My cable provider, Xfiniity, is one of those allowed. Just click on those cable providers allowed within Pac-12 Networks and you should be able to watch the game. Though oftentimes on Pac 12 Networks you could lose your connection and then have to restart your connection again.
As a side note if watching through Xfinity in the Bay Area the game is on on Pac-12 Bay Area, the HD channel is 1330.