The Washington State Cougars host the Wyoming Cowboys at 5:30 p.m. PT on Saturday night on Pac-12 Networks Washington, but if you have Dish Network, you might be wondering why the game isn't starting at that time.
Turns out that Dish has too many live events going on on Saturday at that time, and Dish won't actually pick up the live feed until 6 p.m. PT., according to Cougfan.com. Cougfan also notes the game will not officially start until 5:40 p.m., so Dish customers will be out the first 20 minutes.
Another potential issue: If you live out of the Washington market, you'll need to check with your provider to see if the game is being offered.
Good news for Dish customers and anyone out of market who can't get the game on TV -- you have access Pac-12 Now! That means you can go enter your online provider password on http://pac-12.com/live or by downloading the Pac-12 Now app and stream the game live while you wait for it to appear on your television.
How might this game play out? WSU is a strong favorite, with Vegas picking the Cougs to win by more than three touchdowns. That line was probably boosted by WSU's win over Rutgers and Wyoming's blowout loss to Eastern Michigan last week. Both schools have the dubious distinction of having lost to an FCS team to begin the season.
For in-depth previews, be sure to check out Brian Anderson's Pre-Snap Read, as well as my look at the top players for the Cowboys. From a Wyoming perspective, read Jeff Nusser's Q&A with WyoNation.
Game time, TV channel: 5:40 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Networks Washington
Radio: Washington State TuneIn Network
This story was updated to reflect the game being a regional broadcast.