??????????? Arizona hosts Washington State in Tucson, while Arizona State will travel to Stanford to take on the Cardinal in the Devils'?first road contest of the year.?Since both games start at 7 p.m. (MST/PDT), FSN Arizona is again making special arrangements to meet the needs of both schoolˇ?s fan bases.
In Southern Arizona (Tucson, Yuma) and the state of New Mexico, the UAˇ?s game with Washington State will be seen live at 7 p.m. on all of the areaˇ?s cable systems and DirecTV and DISH. In the Phoenix/Northern Arizona markets, ASUˇ?s game against Stanford is going to be televised live on the areaˇ?s cable and home satellite systems, beginning at 7 p.m.
Then at 10:30 p.m., the areas that did not see either the ASU or UA game live, will get it on a tape delay basis. For example, a Cox subscriber in Phoenix will see the UA/WSU game delayed at 10:30 p.m. Vice versa, a Cox or Comcast subscriber in Tucson can watch the ASU/Stanford game delayed at 10:30 p.m.
?DirecTV and DISH again will assign?alternate channels (other than their FSN Arizona channel),?on which they will provide the Arizona game.?
For the UA telecast that will also be carried on FSN Northwest, itˇ?s Dave Sitton and Dale Hellestrae, with Sean Mooney on the sidelines. For the ASU telecast that will also air on FSN Bay Area, the announce booth will consist of Ted Robinson, FSN Arizonaˇ?s Juan Roque and Todd Husak.
For out of market viewers who subscribe to either the DirecTV or DISH sports packages, the regular FSN Arizona channel will carry the ASU/Stanford game and the alternate channels offer the UA/Washington State game. There is also another way fans across the county can watch the games and that is via Fox College Sports. The FCS Central channel will carry the UA game live, while the FCS Pacific channel airs ASUˇ?s game.
FSN Arizona also plans to produce the Oct. 20 Stanford-Arizona game from Tucson during Family Weekend.
FSN Arizona televises the most regional sports action in the state and is the exclusive cable television home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, Phoenix Coyotes, Phoenix Suns, Arizona Cardinals, Arizona State University, University of Arizona, Arizona Rattlers and Phoenix Mercury. FSN Arizona is currently seen in 2.8 million households in Arizona & New Mexico and can also be seen across the country via home satellite services.