The Arizona Wildcats are coming off a disappointing start to the 2018 season in Week 1. The BYU Cougars spoiled Kevin Sumlin’s coaching debut, beating the Wildcats 28-23.
Sumlin and Co. now try to right the ship against the Houston Cougars in Arizona’s first road game in Week 2.
Below is all the relevant detains on how to catch this early morning kickoff for Arizona.
Arizona-Houston game time, details:
Date: Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018
Time: 9 a.m. MST
Location: TDECU Stadium, Houston, Texas
Line: Houston (-3.5)
Which TV channel is Arizona-Houston on?
Arizona-BYU will be televised on ABC or ESPN2. Below is a breakdown of which channel the game will be broadcast on depending on where you live.
Pretty simple East/West split for Arizona-Houston TV. If east of the Mississippi, it’s on ESPN2. If west, it’s ABC. pic.twitter.com/JRXyRvohwP— Michael Lev (@MichaelJLev) September 6, 2018
How can I watch Arizona-Houston online?
The stream of Arizona-Houston can be viewed on ESPN’s website or on the WatchESPN App.
How can I listen to Arizona-Houston on the radio?
You can listen to Arizona-Houston on the Arizona IMG Sports Network.
Arizona-Houston pre-game coverage:
- 6 Arizona Wildcats to watch vs. Houston
- 3 keys to an Arizona win vs. Houston
- Arizona vs. Houston Q&A: Experts break down the Cougars
- 5 Houston Cougars to watch vs. Arizona
- Hydration will impact Arizona in hot, humid Houston
- 5 storylines in the Arizona-Houston game
- Arizona vs. Houston score predictions
- Shun Brown having one catch vs. BYU is ‘not OK’
- Kickoffs are dangerous, but J.J. Taylor has ‘everything you want in a return guy’
- Tshiyombu Lukusa explains why he quit football and worked at a car wash before joining Arizona
- Kevin Sumlin: ‘It can only help’ Arizona to have Khalil Tate run more
- What Arizona players are saying about Houston
- Coaches on both sides downplaying Kevin Sumlin’s return to Houston
- Houston’s Major Applewhite on Khalil Tate: ‘He’s an elite player’
- What Kevin Sumlin said at his pre-Houston press conference
- Arizona CB Jace Whittaker will ‘probably be back’ vs. Houston, Scottie Young Jr. likely to have major role