PALO ALTO, CA – Playing its first conference road game of the 2023 season, Arizona Football (2-1) travels to Northern California to take on Stanford (1-2).
And just like that, we are now into week four of the 2023 Arizona Football season! Following their convincing win over UTEP last week, the Wildcats are back in action with a huge in-conference showdown against Stanford.
Making its first conference road trip of the season, Arizona travels to Northern California where they will be challenged against a physical, and tough-minded Stanford team.
Coming into this matchup, the Wildcats are considered the favorites; however, that doesn’t mean Arizona can rest on its laurels either. As we are well aware, winning on the road is never easy, plus, the Cardinal have had the Wildcats’ number the past several years.
With that said, here is how you can watch and follow Arizona Football as they take on the Stanford Cardinal.
Arizona Football / Stanford game information and details:
- Date: Saturday, September 23, 2023
- Time: 4:00 PM MST
- Television: Pac-12 Network
- Radio: 107.5 FM (Tucson) | Arizona IMG Sports Network
- Location: Stanford Stadium (aka ‘ The Farm’) – Palo Alto, CA (50,424)
- The Temperature at Kickoff: 70°
- Line: -10.5 Arizona (Don’t forget to sign up with Caesars Sportsbook or DraftKings to enhance your overall betting experience)
Arizona Game Preview:
Arizona resumes action in the 2023 season with what head coach Jedd Fisch considers, a “must-win” matchup against Pac-12 Conference foe, Stanford.
Coming in, the Wildcats are the considerable favorites, and even with their dominant win over UTEP last weekend, this is a game that Arizona cannot afford to overlook.
Jayden de Laura will once again be under center, and with the rest of the Wildcats on offense, this is a group that could potentially score a lot of points on Saturday so long as they play smart and take care of the football.
On defense, the Wildcats will be tested a bit. Granted, this isn’t like the Stanford teams of old; however, this group likes to spread the field, play in space, and get the ball into the hands of their playmakers, so Arizona cannot afford to lose its focus.
Now, while this offense isn’t deadly by any means, the defense will need to play another solid football game if the Wildcats are going to come away with the win.
Hopefully, Arizona Football can continue its momentum, and start conference play with a win against a program that has not been easy to defeat as of late!