With Arizona State fresh off defeating the Oregon Ducks, the Sun Devils (2-2) face the Stanford Cardinal (2-2) in a marquee Pac-12 matchup. Arizona State has a high-powered offense averaging almost 35 points per game. Stanford is paced by running back Bryce Love, who leads the country in rushing yards with 787 through four games. For full game information, click here.
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Arizona State-Stanford live updates, score, analysis
Arizona State-Stanford game time, details:
Date: Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017
Time: 1 p.m. PT
Location: Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto, California
Line: Stanford (-7)
What TV channel is Arizona State-Stanford on?
Arizona State-Stanford will air on Pac-12 Network.
How can I watch Arizona State-Stanford online?
Arizona State-Stanford can be streamed on pac-12.com/networks with a cable or satellite subscription or on the Pac-12 Network App.
How can I listen to Arizona State-Stanford on the radio?
Arizona State-Stanford can be heard on Sirius XM Channels 197 or 198.
Arizona State-Stanford keys to the game for the Sun Devils:
Keep Manny Wilkins protected
Arizona State has given up a Pac-12 worst 19 sacks this season despite relying on Manny Wilkins under center. Stanford, meanwhile, has 10 sacks through four games and will certainly look to ramp up the pressure.
Wilkins was efficient against Oregon in a game that saw the Sun Devils average less than three yards per carry. Allowing time for Wilkins to pick apart the secondary is crucial.
Get more production from the backfield
As mentioned above, the Arizona State rushing attack averaged less than three yards per carry in its win over Oregon. The Sun Devils have the second-worst rushing offense in the league at just 108 yards per game.
The platooning backfield of Kalen Ballage and Demario Richard will have to keep the Sun Devils ahead of the chains if they want to keep the ball out of the hands of Bryce Love on the opposing side.
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