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Originally published Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 2:34 PM

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Pac-12 Networks issues open letter to fans

Unable to reach a deal with DirecTV, Pac-12 Networks has issued an open letter to fans recommending they switch to another television provider.

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SAN FRANCISCO —

Unable to reach a deal with DirecTV, Pac-12 Networks has issued an open letter to fans recommending they switch to another television provider.

Pac-12 Networks will televise 15 nonconference games and 20 Pac-12 football games this season.

"If you're one of the fans who won't be satisfied without Pac-12 football, or our more than 135 men's basketball games and hundreds of other live events, we recommend finding Pac-12 Networks with another television provider," the letter says.

The network opens its coverage Thursday with three games - Northern Colorado at Utah and Northern Arizona at Arizona State.

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