Arizona State University football schedule released, season opens with Territorial Cup

The Washington State Cougars stop the Utah Utes near the goal line during the second half of a college football game on Saturday

Both UW and WSU will have two Friday games - October 30 at Stanford for Washington State, Nov. 13 at Utah for Washington, and the usual Apple Cup meeting against each other on the Friday after Thanksgiving (Nov. 27), which is taking place at Martin Stadium in Pullman this year. "I think it would be foolish to think it would not happen". California and Arizona, which combine to house half the Pac-12, have been hard hit by COVID-19.

The balanced, 10-game schedule includes five home games and five road games for each team and includes both a bye week and open week - leaving room for teams to reschedule games in case of COVID-19-related cancellations. The Cougars will also play two Friday games, at Stanford and versus Washington, and for the first time since 2008, WSU's regular season won't end with the Apple Cup rivalry game against the Huskies. "We are appreciative of Commissioner Scott, the Pac-12 staff and everyone involved across our 12 institutions for working collaboratively to create these schedules". "We preserved the possibility of bowl games".

Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren sent a letter to the conference's athletic directors dated July 30 saying the conference would decide within the next five days whether its schools can start preseason practice.

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After the schedule was released Friday afternoon, Mark Harlan got on a Zoom call with reporters.

The seven weeks between now and the September 26 openers will offer a slew of concerns and questions. Managing potential competitive disadvantages in preparation was essential for the Pac-12, Stanford coach David Shaw said. "If schools can't start then and can't get a safe on-ramp of preparation for the season, then we will re-evaluate like everything about this".

The Pac-12 has not made an official announcement whether or not fans will be allowed to attend games in person.

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