Washington vs. Arizona: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
Washington Huskies vs. Arizona Wildcats
Arizona (7-2, 4-2 Pac-12) tries to keep its Pac-12 South title hopes alive this week. The Wildcats trail Arizona State by a full game in the division and USC and UCLA by one-half game. Washington (6-4, 2-4 Pac-12), losers of three of its last four games, has allowed more than 450 yards to their opponents in each of its last four contests. The home team has won the last six meetings between the two schools, including a 31-13 victory by Washington in Seattle last season.
How to watch
Detail's for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: FOX Sports
11/8: Arizona 38, Colorado 20
Anu Solomon threw for four touchdowns, including two in the fourth quarter, to help the Wildcats pull away from the Buffaloes. Solomon also ran for a career-high 105 yards, and Nick Wilson added 153 yards on 21 carries. Safety Tra'Mayne Bondurant opened the scoring by returning Colorado quarterback Selo Liufau's fumble 22 yards for a touchdown. Arizona scored touchdowns after each of Colorado’s four turnovers.
11/1: UCLA 17, Arizona 7
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley gained 320 total yards, while the Bruins defense held Arizona to their lowest point total of the season and to only 255 total yards of offense. UCLA, which was penalized 11 times for 118 yards, held a 10-7 lead with less than five minutes when Hundley threw a 70-yard touchdowns to Jordan Payton.
10/25: Arizona 59, Washington State 37
Arizona scored 24 straight points in the first quarter. The Wildcats' win was their fourth straight at Washington State. Quarterback Anu Solomon completed 26 of 38 passes for 294 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions.
10/11: USC 28, Arizona 26
Arizona lost as a ranked team for the first time since it was last ranked, in 2012. The game also marked the first time in the Rich Rodriguez era the Wildcats lost despite winning the turnover battle. USC running back Javorius Allen became the first player to rush for 200-plus yards against Arizona since 2011.
10/02: Arizona 31, Oregon 24
Terris Jones-Grigsby put the Wildcats on top for good with a one-yard touchdown run with 2:54 remaining. The win marked the second straight year Arizona has beaten a top-five Ducks team. The Wildcats piled up 323 of their 495 yards of total offense in the second half.
9/20: Arizona 49, California 45
The Wildcats roared back with 36 points in the fourth quarter, winning the game on Anu Solomon’s 47-yard Hail Mary to Austin Hill on the final play. Arizona came back from 22 points down at halftime, the largest comeback in school history. The 36 fourth-quarter points were the most in school history in any quarter. Solomon set single-game school records with 47 completions, 73 pass attempts and 520 passing yards.
9/13: Arizona 35, Nevada 28
Anu Solomon hit Cayleb Jones with a 22-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter to break a 21-21 tie. The Wildcats had a 100-yard rusher (Nick Wilson, 29 carries for 171 yards) and a 100-yard receiver (Jones, nine receptions for 116 yards) for the fourth straight game. Solomon had an efficiency rating of 204.82 in the game, a career high.
9/04: Arizona 26, UTSA 23
Nick Wilson scored on a two-yard touchdown run to put the Wildcats up for good, 20-16, late in the first half. Anu Solomon and Cayleb Jones connected for an 85-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage in the game, Arizona’s fifth touchdown drive of 40 seconds of fewer this season. Safety Hared Tevis had a career-high 16 tackles and also intercepted a pass late in the game to help thwart UTSA’s comeback attempt.
8/29: Arizona 58, UNLV 13
The Wildcats set a new school record for total offense with 787 yards. The previous mark of 691 was set against New Mexico in 1969. Anu Solomon became the first freshman to start at quarterback for Arizona in a season opener. Terris Jones-Grigsby (124) and Nick Wilson (104) each rushed for more than 100 yards, while Austin Hill (110) and Samajie Grant (101) each had more than 100 receiving yards. It was the first time in school history Arizona had two players rush for 100 yards and two players with 100 receiving yards in the same game.
11/8: UCLA 44, Washington 30
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley threw two touchdown passes and ran for two more scores as he set the school-record with his 69th career touchdown pass. Hundley completed 29 of 36 passes for 302 yards, recording his fourth 300-yard passing game in 2014. Running back Myles Jack had 38 yards rushing and Paul Perkins had 98 yards. Kicker Ka'imi Fairbairn made field goals from 30, 37 yards and 46 yards, the last giving the Bruins a 17-point lead with less than 9 minutes left.
11/1: Washington 38, Colorado 23
Washington snapped its two-game losing streak by overcoming a 23-17 second-half deficit. Shaq Thompson racked up 174 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries to lead the Huskies. Travis Feeney returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter, and Dante Pettis scored on an 87-yard punt return in the fourth quarter.
10/25: Arizona State 24, Washington 10
The Huskies turned the ball over three times as they lost their second-straight game. Troy Williams completed 18 of 26 passes for 139 yards and two interceptions including a pick-six with 52 seconds remaining. Shaq Thompson led the team with 21 carries for 98 yards.
10/18: Oregon 45, Washington 20
Washington fell to 1-2 in conference play with the blowout loss to Oregon. The Huskies gave up 554 yards of offense to the Ducks, including 336 passing yards to Marcus Mariota and 169 rushing yards to Royce Freeman. Quarterback Cyler Miles completed 19 of 28 passes for 147 yards, one touchdown and one interception in the loss.
10/11: Washington 31, Cal 7
The Huskies were able to take advantage of three Cal turnovers on their way to a blowout win. The scoring got underway with Shaq Thompson returning a fumble 100 yards for a touchdown for Washington. Cyler Miles threw for 274 yards and three touchdowns on the day, while the defense held Cal's rushing attack to just 64 yards.
9/27: Stanford 20, Washington 13
Washington played Stanford at home and lost its first game of the season. Stanford went ahead for good by scoring a touchdown with less than five minutes remaining, breaking a 13-13 tie. The Washington offense only totaled 179 yards in the game, with Cyler Miles throwing for just 98 yards on 29 attempts.
9/20: Washington 45, Georgia State 14
The Huskies, down 14-0 at halftime, mounted a comeback fueled by their defense, which forced four turnovers, including three interceptions. Redshirt sophomore quarterback Cyler Miles averaged just 5.7 yards per attempt but threw three touchdown passes.
9/13: Washington 44, Illinois 19
Linebacker Shaq Thompson returned an interception and a fumble for touchdowns. Miles threw a 75-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver John Ross as part of a 21-point spurt over less than six minutes in the first half. Kicker Cameron Van Winkle had three field goals, including one from 51 yards.
9/06: Washington 59, Eastern Washington 52
In his season debut, Miles ran for three touchdowns and threw for another. The Huskies defense allowed seven touchdown passes by Eastern Washington quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. Shaq Thompson made his debut at running back for one series in the first half that ended with a 57-yard touchdown run.
8/30: Washington 17, Hawaii 16
Filling in for a suspended Cyler Miles, quarterback Jeff Lindquist completed just 10 of 26 passes for 162 yards. Wide receiver John Ross scored on a reverse and a 91-yard catch. The Huskies punted on their first eight possessions of the second half.