The Washington State Cougars welcome the Arizona State Sun Devils into Pullman on Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. PT on ESPN. The flagship ESPN channel will be making its first trip to Pullman since 1990 as the Cougars are looking to break a two-game losing streak and get back to a winning record.
The Sun Devils are coming off two blowout wins over Colorado and Washington. Arizona State can remain the only one-loss team in the Pac-12 South with a win.
The day is unique for WSU. President Elson Floyd announced a cancellation of afternoon and evening classes when the game time was released back in the summer. Additionally, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott will be speaking on campus before the game.
WSU's last meeting with Arizona State didn't go well. The Sun Devils embarrassed the Cougars in Tempe last season, crushing the Cougs 46-7.
The last time ASU visited Martin Stadium was a different story, Connor Halliday made his college debut with 494 yards and four touchdowns in a 37-27 Cougar win. WSU will need more of the same from its quarterback to pull off the upset on Halloween..
Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer and Samantha Ponder are making the trip up to the Palouse to call the contest for ESPN.
Game time, TV schedule: 7:30 p.m. PT, ESPN
Live stream: WatchESPN
Radio feed: TuneIn (available as an app on Google Play and iTunes)