It’s game day!
The first-place (!!!) Arizona Wildcats (4-1, 2-0 Pac-12) are back home for a Family Weekend tilt with the Washington Huskies, their first meeting since 2016.
Washington (4-2, 1-2) is coming off a 23-13 loss at Stanford that more or less knocked it out of contention to defend its conference and North Division titles. The Huskies have only won once in the state of Arizona since 2007, that being their overtime win in Tucson three years ago.
Below are all the important details about tonight’s game, including plenty of pre-game reading.
Arizona-Washington game time, details:
Date: Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019
Time: 8 p.m. MST
Location: Arizona Stadium, Tucson, Ariz.
Line: Washington -6.5
Which TV channel is Arizona-Washington on?
Arizona-Washington will be televised on Fox Sports 1.
How can I watch Arizona-Washington online?
The stream of Arizona-Washington can be viewed at FoxSportsGo.com.
How can I listen to Arizona-Washington on the radio?
You can listen to Arizona-Washington on the Arizona IMG Sports Network.
Arizona-Washington pre-game coverage:
- Arizona-Washington score predictions
- Arizona-Washington features two of nation’s best quarterbacks
- What to watch for when first-place Arizona hosts Washington
- Washington game is chance for Arizona to prove it has arrived
- Arizona’s Khalil Tate rated as No. 8 quarterback in college football by Pro Football Focus
- How Arizona football’s commits fared in Week 7
- Washington expert previews Arizona game and makes a score prediction
- What Arizona players are saying about Washington, being first place in the Pac-12 South, and more
- Arizona vs. Washington: First look at the Huskies
- Redshirts off the table for several Arizona newcomers after Colorado win
- Most experts now expect Arizona to make a bowl game
- Kevin Sumlin discusses defensive improvement, Boobie Curry and Washington at weekly press conference
- Arizona’s trip to USC set for early evening kickoff
- Vegas tabs Arizona as heavy home underdog vs. Washington
- Arizona picks up votes in AP, coaches polls after win at Colorado