TUCSON--Arizona viewers will be able to see the FSN?production of the Arizona-Washington football game this Saturday on a potpourri of television carriers.
The 12 noon (PDT and MST) game from Seattle will be shown nationwide on Fox College Sports cable carrier FCS Pacific, on Comcast cable Channel 17, on DirecTV Channel 660, and on DISH Network?Channel 448. The game also will be offered tape delay on FSN Arizona at 10:30 p.m.
The game is being produced by FSN-Northwest for?statewide syndication in Washington, with KSTW-Seattle, KHQ-Spokane and KNDO/KNDU in the Yamika and Tri-Cities area. Kevin Calabro, Brock Huard and Brooke Olzendam will describe the play.
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Game Miscellany... It will be Arizona's first contest in Seattle since Mike Stoops' first team?earned his program its first Pac-10 victory in November 2004. Guys who played in that game still on the squad include tackler Peter Graniello, defensive tackle Lionel Dotson, cornerbacks Antoine Cason and Wilrey Fontenot, receivers B.J. Dennard and Anthony Johnson and special teams player Matt Richards... The game will be Arizona's next-to-last sharing the same time zone as its Pac-10 coastal brethren. Clocks in most of the states revert to Standard Time the evening after UA's game against UCLA on Nov. 3. Arizona stays on Standard Time year round... Arizona (1-4) could put some more space between itself and the Pac-10 cellar, where UW and WSU dwell at 0-4. The Cougars play host to UCLA. The Huskies, of course, are looking for a first league win and to snap a five-game losing streak... Arizona faces a?road trend it will need to overcome. Opponents have outscored UA 116-63 in their home venues this year...