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HCA: WSU vs Arizona game time announced

The Cougars will head to Tucson to take on the Wildcats on October 28th

NCAA Football: Colorado at Washington State James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

Washington State will head to Tucson, Arizona on October 28th to take on the Wildcats and on Monday it was announced that kickoff will be at 6:30 pm. It was also announced that the game will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks.

The Cougars will have played five straight games after 5:00 pm and including the next two games will have played 7 of 9 games in the evening. This will be the third game this year that will be on Pac-12 Networks as the rest have been nationally televised.

Arizona has failed to protect their home field the past two times they have hosted the game and have dropped 3 of the last 4 to the Cougars.

The last victory in Tucson for WSU came in 2015 when they held off a late comeback and snuck out with a 45-42 victory. Last season in Pullman, Arizona was unable to get much of anything to go their way as they managed to score just once in a 69-7 blowout.

Washington State will host Colorado this Saturday at 7:30 on ESPN for the Cougars Homecoming game.



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