The Washington State Cougars will host the Colorado Buffaloes for their first home game in nearly a month at 4:00 pm PT on October 19. The Conference announced Monday that the game will be broadcast on either ESPN 2 or ESPNU.
The home game will come at a much needed time for the Cougars after they dropped two embarrassing games in back-to-back weeks against UCLA and Utah, had a bye, and will head to Tempe to take on Arizona State this weekend. The Cougars will then head on the road again to take on Oregon and California after Colorado.
Colorado (3-2) has been involved in close games since their season-opening victory against Colorado State as they have had four straight games decided by 7 points or less including two overtime games. They will head to Eugene to take on the Ducks this weekend before visiting Pullman.
The matchup between the two has been one sided for the past two years as the Cougs have outscored the Buffaloes 59-7. They have also won three of the last four meetings with two victories being in Pullman.
Memphis vs. Tulane landed the same 4:00 p.m. PT time slot and also got the “ESPN2 or ESPNU” treatment. The ESPN family of networks are more than likely waiting to see the outcomes of this weekends game before deciding if #23 Memphis or the Cougs will land the ESPN2 spot.
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Kickoff is set for 12:40 p.m. on the Pac-12 Networks.
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