Arizona State football, men's basketball on Pac-12 Networks this Thursday: TV info and how to watch online
Love Sun Devil football and men’s basketball? Then Thursday’s slate on Pac-12 Networks is right up your alley.
Herm Edwards and Arizona State takes the field at 6 p.m. PT/ 7 p.m. MT to cap their slate of spring practices. With returners like Eno Benjamin and Merlin Robertson, the Sun Devils are eyeing a big showing in 2019. Edwards’ first season in Tempe produced a thrilling come-from-behind win over rival Arizona to capture the Territorial Cup and top-20 wins over Utah and Michigan State.
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After watching Edwards’ squad on the gridiron, keep the Sun Devil train rolling with a clash on the hardwood between ASU and Oregon in Eugene.
Bobby Hurley’s team is on a hot streak, as the Sun Devils have won three straight and have double-digit conference wins for the first time in five season. With Luguentz Dort, who’s had seven 20-plus point games this season, Arizona State is contending for a first-round bye in next month’s Pac-12 Tournament.
Daron Sutton, Yogi Roth (@YogiRoth) and Jill Savage (@Jill_Savage) will be on the call for spring football at 6 p.m. PT/ 7 p.m. MT on Pac-12 Arizona, with a re-air on Pac-12 Network at 10:30 p.m. PT/ 11:30 p.m. MT. Then, keep it locked on Pac-12 Networks, as ASU men’s hoops heads to Eugene for a battle with the Ducks. That game will air on Pac-12 Network, Pac-12 Arizona and Pac-12 Oregon with JB Long (@JB_Long), Matt Muehlebach (@mattmuehlebach) and Lewis Johnson (@LewisJohnsonMG) on the call. Viewers with usernames and passwords issued by their TV providers have the option to watch both broadcasts online at Pac-12.com, as well as on the Pac-12 Now app. Fans also can follow @Pac12Network on Twitter for live updates throughout the evening. And join the conversation (#Pac12FB, #Pac12Hoops) both before and during the action.