It’s game day, rivalry edition!
ASU took the first meeting, 95-88 in overtime, on Jan. 31 in Tempe. That was amid Arizona’s seven-game losing streak and the Wildcats played without guard Brandon Williams and a just-coming-back-from-injury Chase Jeter.
The Wildcats haven’t been swept by ASU in a season since 2008-09.
You can read our preview of the game here, and below is all the information you need to tune in.
Arizona-ASU game time, details:
Date: Saturday, March 9
Time: 2 p.m. MST
Location: McKale Center, Tucson, Ariz.
Line: Arizona -1
Which TV channel is Arizona-ASU on?
Arizona-ASU will be televised on CBS.
How can I watch Arizona-ASU online?
The stream of Arizona-ASU can be viewed on CBSSports.com
How can I listen to Arizona-ASU on the radio?
You can listen to Arizona-ASU on the Arizona IMG Sports Network.
How can I follow the game?
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