The Washington State Cougars and Idaho Vandals resume the Battle of the Palouse on Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. PDT at Martin Stadium in Pullman.
The game will be broadcast on Pac-12 Networks, but it will only be on the Washington and Oregon channels as it is not the national game - that distinction belongs to UCLA/New Mexico State. If you live in either of those two states, the game should be on your Pac-12 Network channel.
If you live outside those two states, you're likely to have to get a little more creative.
Dish Network subscribers with a Hopper (like me) can find the game on 406-02, or 5454 (HD) and 5453 (SD) on non-Hopper systems.
Most others outside Washington and Oregon will probably need to use their computers to watch the game. Comcast subscribers will need to try and gain access via this link. Subscribers to other providers should visit Pac-12.com, select their provider, log in with their provider credentials, and then select the Washington network. You also can do this on your iPad or mobile device.
If you're planning on watching the game on your computer, it's suggested that you try to log in well before the game to make sure you've worked out the kinks.
As for the game itself, the two teams haven't met since 2007 and WSU holds a 70-17-3 lead in the series overall. Today doesn't figure to be much different, as the Cougars are much improved and Idaho is still one of the worst teams in college football. The Vandals did show fairly well in the first home game last weekend, however, a 10-point loss to Northern Illinois.
If you're limited to radio, you can listen to Bud Nameck, Bob Robertson and Shawn McWashington on any of these stations or via internet streaming on Tune-In Radio.