Third time’s a charm.
After two unsuccessful tries to kick off the 2020 football season, the Pac-12 is giving it another go, and now we have a schedule for the restart!
Here’s how Arizona’s slate lays out:
- Nov. 7 at Utah
- Nov. 14 vs. USC
- Nov. 21 at Washington
- Nov. 28 at UCLA
- Dec. 5 vs. Colorado
- Dec. 11 (Fri.) vs. ASU
- Dec. 18-19 TBD
The times and broadcast information will be announced at a later date, though every game through the first six weeks of the season will be televised nationally by a combination of ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, Fox and FS1.
Each Pac-12 team will play five divisional games, one against a team from the opposite division, and then a game against a to-be-determined conference opponent in the final week of the season. (The winner of each division will be paired in the championship game on Dec. 18/19 while the remaining teams will be paired for their seventh game.)
No bye weeks. No fans either.
Arizona’s crossover game is a road game against the Washington Huskies, one of the tougher draws.
We’ll have some takeaways, opinions and analysis on the schedule later. Be sure to check back in!
In the meantime, take a look at the entire Pac-12 schedule: