Arizona State vs. Duke: Sun Bowl game time, live stream, TV coverage
Arizona State vs. Duke
The No. 15 Arizona State Sun Devils and Duke Blue Devils will face off in the Sun Bowl on Dec. 27 in El Paso, Texas. The Sun Devils finished the regular season 9-3, losing two of their last three games. The Blue Devils also went 9-3 this season and lost two of their last three, but closed their schedule with a win over Wake Forest.
How to Watch
Details for the Sun Bowl on Dec. 27 are below:
Kickoff: 2 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV Coverage: CBS
11/28: Arizona 42, Arizona State 35
The Sun Devils fell to No. 11 Arizona in their regular-season finale. Taylor Kelly and Mike Bercovici combined to throw for 267 yards and four touchdowns with just one interception, but Arizona State could not come back from a 35-21 deficit heading into the fourth quarter. Jaelen Strong caught four passes for 80 yards and one touchdown.
11/22: Arizona State 52, Washington State 31
Arizona State came back from a 21-7 second-quarter deficit and scored 24 points in the fourth quarter. Taylor Kelly threw 232 yards and four touchdowns, while D.J. Foster ran for three scores on the ground.
11/15: Oregon State 35, Arizona State 27
The Sun Devils lost for the first time since Sept. 25. Taylor Kelly threw for 264 yards and two touchdowns, but also a pair of interceptions, including one that Oregon State's Michael Doctor returned for a touchdown to seal the win with 1:38 remaining. ASU lead 24-14 at halftime but was outscored 21-3 in the second half.
11/29: Duke 41, Wake Forest 21
The Blue Devils closed the regular season with a win over the Demon Deacons. The win gave Duke its second straight nine-win season. Anthony Boone threw for 275 yards and a touchdown, while running back Thomas Sirk also threw an 18-yard touchdown pass. The Blue Devils scored 21 points in the first quarter.
11/20: North Carolina 45, Duke 20
The Blue Devils lost their second straight game and were down 38-7 midway through the third quarter. Anthony Boone threw for 262 yards and two touchdowns but was picked off once, and Duke also lost two fumbles. Johnell Barnes was the leading Blue Devils receiver with six catches for 85 yards.
11/15: Virginia Tech 17, Duke 16
Virginia Tech scored all 17 of its points off of three Duke turnovers as the Blue Devils missed a chance to inch closer to clinching a division title. Duke kicker Ross Martin missed two field goals, including a 40-yard field goal with 2:26 remaining that would have given Duke the lead.