A pair of 2-0 teams meet in Tucson on Saturday night when the Nevada Wolf Pack play the Arizona Wildcats. Nevada comes in off a 24-13 win over Washington State at home, while Arizona held on for a 26-23 road win at UTSA last week.
This is the fifth meeting all-time between the Wolf Pack and Wildcats, with Arizona holding a 2-1-1 edge. Arizona came from behind to beat Nevada 49-48 in the 2012 New Mexico Bowl in the two teams' last meeting.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 11:00 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: Pac-12 Network
Arizona tied a school record for largest comeback victory when it erased a 21-point deficit to beat Nevada in the 2012 New Mexico Bowl.
The Wildcats have had a 100-yard rusher and a 100-yard receiver in each of their last three games.
Rich Rodriguez is the first Arizona coach with three straight 2-0 starts since Jim Young, who accomplished the feat from 1973-75.
The Wildcats lead the Pac-12 in total offense at 620.5 yards per game.
Anu Solomon, the first freshman quarterback to start a season opener for Arizona, has five touchdown passes this season to five different receivers.
Nevada is seeking its first back-to-back wins over Pac-12 foes in school history.
Cody Fajardo became the third player in Wolf Pack history to amass 10,000 yards of total offense in his career with a 55-yard scramble last week. Fajardo joins Colin Kaepernick and David Neill in the elite group.
Nevada has held consecutive opponents to less than 20 points for the first time since 2009.
Nevada is ranked fourth in the nation in red zone defense, allowing one touchdown in seven red zone possessions.
Nevada is third in the country in time of possession and has seven drives this season of 10 plays or more.