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How to Watch #9 Washington vs. North Dakota: Time, TV, Streaming, Radio and More

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Find out how you can view the Dawgs taking out their anger over last Saturday on North Dakota, plus how to watch the rest of the Pac-12 slate

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#9 Washington vs. North Dakota

Date: Saturday, September 8th

Time: 2:00 pm PDT

Location: Seattle, Washington

TV: Pac-12 Network (game will start only on Pac-12 WA and then switch to the main Pac-12 Network channel after Oregon/Portland State finishes which should be in the 1st quarter)

Streaming: Pac-12.com/live (requires Pac-12 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 3/10...).

There is no official betting line on this game because North Dakota is an FCS team.

Other Pac-12 Games

Arizona @ Houston

Time: 9 am PDT, Saturday 9/8

TV: ABC

Streaming: Espn.com/watch (requires ESPN cable subscription)

Excitement Rating: 6/10. The rating for this would’ve been higher if Kevin Sumlin hadn’t had such an unimpressive debut in a loss to BYU. It looked like the coaching staff wants to turn Khalil Tate into a pocket passer which seems a curious decision given he’s one of the most dynamic athletes in the country. Houston boasts perhaps the best player in the country with DT Ed Oliver. Tate is going to need his legs in this one to get away from Oliver in this one.

Ariona is a 3.5 point underdog and the Over/Under is 71 which means the betting public expects a score of Arizona-34, Houston-37.

UCLA @ Oklahoma

Time: 10:00 am PDT

TV: FOX

Streaming: Foxsportsgo.com

Excitement Rating: 3/10. Another Pac-12 team, another uninspiring debut from a new head coach. The Bruins had suspended several contributors for week 1 due to team rules violations but a home loss to Cincinnati is bad for UCLA no matter the context. Meanwhile, Oklahoma looked electric with Kyler Murray replacing Heisman winner and #1 pick Baker Mayfield. There is going to be an offensive explosion on the field but it’ll likely be one sided.

UCLA is a 30 point underdog and the Over/Under is 64 which means the betting public expects a score of UCLA-17, Oklahoma-47.

Portland State @ Oregon

Time: 11:00 am PDT

TV: Pac-12 Networks

Streaming: Pac-12.com/live (requires Pac-12 cable subscription)

Excitement Rating: 1/10. Nope.

There is no betting line on this game since Portland State is an FCS team.

Colorado @ Nebraska

Time: 12:30 pm PDT

TV: ABC

Streaming: Espn.com/watch (requires ESPN cable subscription)

Excitement Rating: 7/10. The Buffs had one of the most impressive week ones in the conference as the combo of QB Steven Montez and WR Laviska Shenault were dynamic in the passing game. Nebraska is a larger name brand than an actual presence at this point but a road win here from a team expected to be towards the bottom of the conference would really help the conference’s national perception.

Colorado is a 4 point underdog and the Over/Under is 64 which means the betting public expects a score of Colorado-30, Nebraska-34.

Utah @ Northern Illinois

Time: 4:30 pm PDT

TV: ESPN News

Streaming: Espn.com/watch (requires ESPN cable subscription)

Excitement Rating: 4/10. Can we just acknowledge how weird it is that Utah is playing a road game at Northern Illinois? The interest here will simply be to check out the Utes before the Huskies travel to Salt Lake to take them on next Saturday.

Utah is a 10 point favorite and the Over/Under is 48.5 which means the betting public expects a score of Utah-29, Northern Illinois-19.

Portland State @ Oregon State

Time: 5:00 pm PDT

TV: Pac-12 Networks

Streaming: Pac-12.com/live (requires Pac-12 cable subscription)

Excitement Rating: 1/10. Nope

There is no betting line on this game since Southern Utah is an FCS team.

#17 USC @ #10 Stanford

Time: 5:30 pm PDT

TV: Fox

Streaming: Foxsportsgo.com

Excitement Rating: 10/10. The general consensus coming into the season was that these are the 2nd and 3rd best teams in the Pac-12. Both had underwhelming 1st halves but ended up with comfortable victories against overwhelmed opponents. How ill J.T Daniels face in his first game against a Power conference opponent? Will Bryce Love get back on track and/or can J.J Arcega-Whiteside keep up his dominance against USC’s elite athlete corners? The result of this game will likely have a major impact on Washington by the end of the year.

Stanford is a 6 point favorite and the Over/Under is 55.5 which means the betting public expects a score of USC-25, Stanford-31.

California @ BYU

Time: 7:15 pm PDT

TV: ESPN 2

Streaming: Espn.com/watch (requires ESPN cable subscription)

Excitement Rating: 6/10. The Huskies will end up playing both of these teams this season so it’s another good one to watch to get a sneak preview. BYU upset Arizona last week and may not be the cakewalk they were last season. Cal beat a depleted North Carolina squad but will need to continue to prove it if they have any hope of being more than the 4th best team in the North.

California is a 3 point underdog and the Over/Under is 46.5 which means the betting public expects a score of California-22, BYU-25.

Michigan State vs. Arizona State

Time: 7:30 pm PDT

TV: ESPN

Streaming: Espn.com/watch (requires ESPN cable subscription)

Excitement Rating: 8.5/10. The fighting Herm Edwards looked surprisingly competent in week one but now they get a real opponent. Again, a win here by the Pac-12 team against a well respected Big 10 squad that is seen as a darkhorse conference title contender would greatly aid conference perception. In fact it might even lead to Arizona State being ranked when they come to Seattle in 2 weeks.

Arizona State is a 6 point underdog and the Over/Under is 54 which means the betting public expects a score of Arizona State-24, Michigan State-30.

San Jose State vs. Washington State

Time: 7:45 pm PDT

TV: Pac-12 Networks

Streaming: Pac-12.com/live (requires Pac-12 cable subscription)

Excitement Rating: 1/10. San Jose State lost to FCS school UC Davis last week. Via the transitive property this game counts as an FCS game. Therefore: 1.

Washington State is an 34 point favorite and the Over/Under is 65 which means the betting public expects a score of Washington State-50, San Jose State-16.