ASU Football vs. Arizona: Broadcast Information

TUCSON, AZ - NOVEMBER 25: Quarterback Manny Wilkins
TUCSON, AZ - NOVEMBER 25: Quarterback Manny Wilkins /

After getting dismantled in Tucson last year, ASU football wraps up the regular season Saturday in the Territorial Cup versus Arizona in hopes of payback.

The week every ASU football fan circles on their calendar is here.

Arizona State is set to host the Territorial Cup game Saturday with the Sun Devils aiming for the seventh win of the season.

The Sun Devils are coming off a dominant 40-24 win over Oregon State, with the Sun Devils leading 30-0 in the first half.

Arizona State jumped on the Beavers from the opening kickoff as quarterback Manny Wilkins threw a pair of touchdowns to Kyle Williams and Curtis Hodges.

After a safety, the Sun Devils went to the ground with running back Demario Richard rushing for two touchdowns in the second quarter to build a lead too much for Oregon State to overcome.

The Beavers made it interesting in the second half, but turned the ball over on their final two drives to stall the comeback.

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With the win, Arizona State is bowl eligible for the first time in two years and will go for their seventh win of the season against Arizona.

The Wildcats struggled in Eugene as quarterback Khalil Tate had his worst game of the season in a 48-28 loss at Oregon.

Tate rushed for only 32 yards on 14 carries marking the first game all season he rushed for under 100 yards.

The sophomore signal-caller completed 18-of-35 passes for 159 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in the loss.

Arizona’s defense struggled to stop Oregon’s high-powered attack after quarterback Justin Herbert returned from injury throwing for 235 yards, one touchdown, one interception and a 40-yard touchdown run.

While both teams are bowl eligible, bragging rights is on the line as well as a spot in a bigger bowl game as this game will decide who finishes second in the Pac-12 South.

Expect a lot of explosive plays from both offenses as this is shaping up to be which defense can get a stop or force turnovers.

The Sun Devils defense will look to mirror what Oregon’s defense did last week to disrupt Tate. If he struggles, the team tends to struggle.

It’s important for Arizona State to stay disciplined on their assignments and stay composed in what will be an emotional rivalry game.

Arizona State will look to have a balanced attack with Richard, Kalen Ballage and Eno Benjamin running the ball and Wilkins throwing the ball.

With the pressure of making a bowl game off the team’s shoulders, the Sun Devils will likely be aggressive in their play-calling and try to feed off the stadium’s energy.

In a game featuring two teams who were picked to finish at the bottom of the division, Arizona and Arizona State will decide who holds the Territorial Cup for the next 365 days.

Broadcast Information:

Kickoff: 2:30 p.m. MT

TV: Pac-12 Network

Stream: and Pac-12 Now app

Broadcast Team: Roxy Bernstein, Yogi Roth and Jill Savage

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This will mark Arizona State’s eighth appearance on Pac-12 Network with the Sun Devils sporting a 4-3 record. Arizona State is 1-1 on ESPN, 1-0 on FS1 and 0-1 on FSN.