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Published: Friday, March 15 2013 8:25 p.m. MDT

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Ken
Sandy, UT

what happens in Vegas won't be staying in Vegas this time. This team is leaving Vegas with a dance ticket. After the cal win, all remaining teams are in the dance. We have the motivation and momentum to come home victorious. What city would we most likely play in? Does anyone know?

Darth Vader
Ogden, UT

I'll be watching the Utah and Oregon game tonight on ESPN via DirecTV. However, if DirecTV doesn't pick up the Pac-12 network in the coming months, I'll be switching to DISH Network. Is anyone from DirecTV listening?

motorbike
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Love the excitment but lets don't jump ahead Ken.

StGtoSLC
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Vegas was a great move for the Pac-12. I had lots of fun this year, and hope I can make it to more in the future.

DrUte
Woods Cross, UT

Like to put in a plug for Dish --- our family switched to Dish before last football season & put in a DVR (the Hopper) to record the football games so that we could watch at our convenience....

Worked great, & we really like being able to watch the games in any room in the house. That lets our non-football family members enjoy their other shows at one location while the Man Cave rocks & rolls.

Also just put in a Sling Box, a means to connect Dish to our Internet router, so now we can take our Dish programming anywhere there's Intenet access via laptop. Recorded shows, movies on demand, live TV, the works. The Sling Box allows one remote access per DVR (the Hopper) so you can be camping, on your boat, waiting for a plane, whatever --- or hook up your laptop to any TV anywhere, and catch live or recorded games or your shows.

Oh yes, also got a $100 Costco gift card for signing up & mentioning Costco. They also have signup capability in most Costco stores, I understand.

It's working for us; hope it works for you! :)

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