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How to Watch #10 Washington vs. Arizona State: Time, TV, Streaming, Radio and More

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Find out how you can view the Dawgs’ conference home opener, plus how to watch the rest of the Pac-12 slate

NCAA Football: Washington at Arizona State Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

#10 Washington, 2-1 (1-0) vs. Arizona State, 2-1 (0-0)

Date: Saturday, September 22nd

Time: 7:30 pm PT

Location: Seattle, Washington


Streaming: (requires ESPN cable subscription)

Radio: KOMO AM 1000 and TuneIn

Excitement Rating: 10/10 (I will always give UW a 10/10 in the excitement rating. Actual score 6/10...). The Huskies are looking to avenge an ugly ugly loss to ASU last season which all but killed Washington’s hopes at a return to the college football playoff. This is an entirely new coaching staff for ASU however so although the Sun Devils have the same QB and star WR, just about everything else is different. The Byron Murphy versus N’Keal Harry matchup would already be must see TV but throw in the fact that the two are best friends adds a whole other wrinkle.

Washington is a 17.5 point favorite and the Over/Under is 50 which means the betting public expects a score of Washington-34, Arizona State-17.

Arizona, 1-2 (0-0) vs. Oregon State, 1-2 (0-0)

Date: Saturday, September 22nd

Time: 1:00 pm PT

TV: Pac-12 Network


Excitement Rating: 5/10. Right now it looks like neither of these teams will make a bowl game but there’s a good chance that this is an offensive explosion. This game really feels like it should start at 8pm on Pac-12 Network because it seems ripe for some #Pac12AfterDark madness.

Arizona is a 6 point favorite and the Over/Under is 75.5 which means the betting public expects a score of Arizona-41, Oregon State-35.

#7 Stanford, 3-0 (1-0) vs. #20 Oregon, 3-0 (0-0)

Date: Saturday, September 22nd

Time: 5:00 pm PT


Streaming: (requires ESPN cable subscription)

Excitement Rating: 10/10. Whichever team can go 2-0 in the round robin between Washington, Stanford, and Oregon is almost certainly going to win the North division. This is the first of those contests and the college football world gets its importance since it’s the site of Gameday. If Stanford wins they’ll have won probably their 2nd and 3rd most difficult conference games before the calendar even turns to October. If Oregon wins it means they’ll have a leg up in the division and get their next most difficult game at home coming off a bye.

Stanford is a 1.5 point favorite and the Over/Under is 56 which means the betting public expects a score of Stanford-29, Oregon-27.