STANFORD vs ASU Watch FREE Live Stream Online & Listen: Live Coverage from Sun Devil Stadium, Arizona
Tonight at 7:45, No. 7 Stanford (10-2, 7-2 Pac-12) and No. 11 Arizona State (10-2, 8-1 Pac-12) go head-to-head live from Sun Devil Stadium in Arizona. The game can be live streamed for free here. Stanford fans can hear all of the action on KZSU 90.1 while Arizona State fans can do the same on KTAR 92.3.
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With a spot in the Rose Bowl up for grabs, Arizona State hosts the only team that it suffered a league loss to in Stanford tonight in the Pac-12 title game.
The Sun Devils ended their regular season with a bang, notching a 58-21 victory over Arizona last week and the team enters play where home field is a big advantage as they are 7-0 thus far at Sun Devil Stadium.
"I can tell you this: Our guys are determined, and we need everyone in these seats," Sun Devils coach Todd Graham told ESPN. "We need to be loud and proud and make it a great home-field advantage. Our guys want to win this and go to the Rose Bowl."
Stanford notched a 42-28 victory over Arizona in their Pac-12 opener back in September and will look for a repeat performance.
The Sun Devils look for their first Rose Bowl appearance since 1997 and Stanford looks to get back there after topping Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl last year to win it for the first time in 41 years.
"We had ups and downs; we had bumps and bruises," Stanford coach David Shaw said via ESPN. "We lost some guys, had some guys step up. We lost a couple games. But when you look up, we're where we wanted to be, a 10-win team in the Pac-12 championship game, and it's going to be a heck of a game."
Arizona will be without leading rusher and scorer Marion Grice (leg) for the second straight week.
Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan is 158-for-259 (61.0%) for 2,215 yards thus far this season while adding 19 touchdowns and nine interceptions while Arizona State quarterback Taylor Kelly is 269-for-430 (62.6%) for 3,337 yards with 27 scores and 11 picks and has also rushed for eight touchdowns thus far.
A trip to the Rose Bowl is at stake when Stanford and Arizona State go head-to-head tonight.