ASU Football vs. Oregon: Broadcast Information

EUGENE, OR - OCTOBER 29: Running back Kalen Ballage
EUGENE, OR - OCTOBER 29: Running back Kalen Ballage /

ASU football is back home to open up Pac-12 play as they host the 24th-ranked Oregon Ducks, who come in 3-0 with impressive win over Nebraska and Wyoming.

ASU football return home to host No. 24 Oregon in their first Pac-12 game of the season.

The Sun Devils seek to snap a two-game losing streak after losing to San Diego State and Texas Tech the last two weeks.

After trailing by 18 twice, the Sun Devils erased the deficit to tie the game in the fourth quarter, but the Red Raiders scored a touchdown with 1:55 remaining.

Quarterback Manny Wilkins is playing the best football of his career throwing for 924 yards, seven touchdowns and zero interceptions this season.

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With Wilkins’ outstanding play so far, wide receivers N’Keal Harry and Kyle Williams are each coming off 100-yard receiving games and have combined for 38 receptions, 466 yards and four touchdowns.

The running game has struggled to get going for Arizona State with Demario Richard returning last week from injury as Kalen Ballage has had to carry the weight.

Arizona State is only averaging 2.5 yards a carry, with Ballage the leading rusher with 179 yards and four touchdowns.

On the other side of the ball, defense struggled to stop Texas Tech’s Air Raid offense allowing 615 yards of offense with Red Raiders quarterback Nic Shimonek throwing for 543 yards and six touchdowns last week.

The Sun Devils will be out pass rusher Koron Crump, who was ruled out indefinitely after suffering an apparent knee injury last week.

That’s a big loss for Arizona State and will be up for linebackers D.J. Calhoun and Christian Sam to step up and fill his void.

Arizona State will look to stop Oregon’s high-scoring offense with running back Royce Freeman leading the way rushing for 460 yards and nine touchdowns this season.

Quarterback Justin Herbert has also played well throwing for 897 yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions this season.

Arizona State is seeking their first win over the Oregon Ducks since 2004 as Oregon seek to extend their winning streak versus the Sun Devils to 11.

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Broadcast Information:

Kickoff: 7:01 p.m. PST

TV: Pac-12 Network

Stream: and Pac-12 Now App

Broadcast Team: Roxy Bernstein, Anthony Herron and Lewis Johnson