September 8, 2012; Boston, MA USA; Boston College Eagles linebacker Nick Clancy (54) during the first half against the Maine Black Bears at Alumni Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-US PRESSWIRE
Tomorrow's Boston College vs. Northwestern game kicks off at 3:30 Eastern / 2:30 Central on the Big Ten Network. The problem is that BTN is also airing the Massachusetts-Michigan game in the same time slot. In order to find out whether your cable provider will air the BC-NU game, check out the BTN Football Games Finder.
Enter your ZIP Code and your cable provider to determine whether you'll be able to watch the game at home.
If you see more than one game listed for the time slot, you should be OK. The BTN makes extra football game channels available during the 13 football Saturdays of the season when they have the rights to more than one Big Ten game in the same time slot.
Here's a sampling of the BTN Finder results for the BC-NU game:
-- AT&T U-verse - 695 or 1695 (HD)
-- Bright House Networks (Tampa) - channel 820 or 1192 (HD)
-- Charter (St. Louis) - channel 222 or 822 (HD)
-- Comcast (Boston) - nope
-- Comcast (Chicago) - channel 64 or 256 (HD)
-- Comcast (Detroit) - channel 692
-- Comcast (Columbia, S.C.) - channel 957 (HD)
-- Comcast (Minneapolis-St. Paul) - channel 693
-- Comcast (Philadelphia) - channel 714
-- Comcast (Pittsburgh) - channel 470
-- Comcast (Washington D.C.) - channel 714
-- Cox Communications (Phoenix) - channel 1677 (HD)
-- DISH NETWORK - channel 5440 or 5441 (HD)
-- DIRECTV - channel 611 or 611-1 (HD)
-- Frontier FIOS (Seattle) - channel 330
-- Optimum (Uniondale, N.Y.) - channel 414
-- Time Warner Cable (Charlotte) - channel 1539 (HD)
-- Time Warner Cable (New York) - channel 473 (HD)
-- Time Warner Cable (Northeast Ohio) - channel 334
-- Verizon FiOS - channel 330
Feel free to add to this list with details on how to catch the game in your area in the comments section.