Fox Sports Arizona Will Televise Arizona State/Arizona Football Game
Nov. 18, 2008
It's one of the nation's fiercest college football rivalries and FOX Sports Arizona is proud to announce it will televise the 2008 edition of the 'Duel in the Desert' live on Saturday, Dec. 6, when Arizona State and Arizona face off in Tucson.
FOX Sports Arizona's unmatched local coverage will cater to Sun Devil and Wildcat fans alike and the network is the only television outlet providing a live pre-game and post-game show from Arizona Stadium. The coverage begins at 5:30 p.m. with the Duel in the Desert Pre-Game Show, Presented by Xbox. Kickoff is then set for 6 p.m. and immediately following the game, fans watch post-game interviews, highlights, analysis and coverage of the Territorial Cup presentation on the Duel in the Desert Post-Game Show, Presented by Xbox.
Dave Sitton and Lincoln Kennedy will announce the game and they will be joined on the telecast by reporters Jody Jackson and Sean Mooney, who will cover the respective ASU and UA sidelines. Brad Steinke anchors both the pre-game and post-game shows alongside analysts Glenn Parker and Juan Roque. Parker played for the Wildcats from 1988-89 and Roque was on Sun Devil football teams from 1994-96.
After the live game telecast, FOX Sports Arizona will replay the ASU/UA game later that night at 1 a.m. and again on Monday, Dec. 8, at 12 p.m.
In addition, both team's Rewind programs will offer up their all access 30-minute look back at the game when they debut the following week. Sun Devil Rewind - Arizona Sate at Arizona premieres on Tuesday, Dec. 9, at 6 p.m. and Wildcat Rewind - Arizona State at Arizona airs on Wednesday, Dec. 10, at 6:30 p.m.
FOX Sports Arizona televises the most regional sports action in the state and is the exclusive cable television home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, Phoenix Coyotes, Phoenix Suns, Arizona Cardinals, Arizona State University, University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University, Arizona Rattlers and Phoenix Mercury. FOX Sports Arizona is currently seen in 2.8 million households in Arizona & New Mexico and can also be seen across the country via home satellite services.