TUCSON, AZ – Wrapping up the 2022 season, Arizona Football (4-7, 2-6) returns to action to take rival Arizona State (3-8, 2-6) in the Territorial Cup.
Well, the end of the 2022 season is here and Arizona Football returns to action this week by wrapping up Pac-12 play against rival Arizona State.
Returning to the friendly confines of Arizona Stadium, the Wildcats should have a tough challenge on their hands this week, especially as Arizona takes on a talented but underperforming Arizona State team.
Coming in, the Sun Devils are fresh off of three-straight losses to UCLA, Washington State, and Oregon State. With their confidence rattled, ASU will be hungry to end their season on a high note.
Even though Arizona came crashing back down to reality following their loss to Washington State, the Wildcats are still considered the slight favorites in this one, and a win against the Sun Devils would end this season on the right note.
With that said, here is how you can watch and follow Arizona Football as they take on the Arizona State Sun Devils.
Arizona Football / Arizona State game information and details:
- Date: Friday, Nov. 25, 2022
- Time: 1:00 PM MST / 12:00 PM PST
- Television: FS1
- Radio: 107.5 FM (Tucson) | Arizona IMG Sports Network
- Location: Arizona Stadium – Tucson, AZ (50,782)
- The Temperature at Kickoff: 64°
- Line: Arizona -4.0 (Don’t forget to use WynnBet or FanDuel to enhance your overall betting experience)
Arizona Game Preview:
Arizona enters this one fresh off of a big loss to Washington State, and despite the Wildcats’ best attempts to come back in that one, several mistakes and turnovers prevented Arizona from keeping their bowl hopes alive.
Currently riding a one-game losing streak, the season will wrap up for the Wildcats as Arizona hopes to close out the season strong.
Facing a talented, but underperforming opponent in ASU, the Sun Devils will challenge the Wildcats, and if Arizona is to get the win, they will need a clean performance. Jayden de Laura and the rest of the Wildcats will also need to keep their emotions in check against their hated rivals.
On defense, the Wildcats did a great job last week in containing WSU’s offense. And once again, they will need to put together a similar performance if the Cats are to come away victorious.
Hopefully, Arizona Football can get back into the win column this week and score the victory against those guys up North, at least for the sake of ending their four-game losing streak to the Sun Devils!