Arizona vs. Texas Tech, Week 3: Game time, TV channel, live stream

It’s game day!

The Arizona Wildcats wrap up nonconference play when they host the Texas Tech Red Raiders at Arizona Stadium. It could be a long night considering both teams’ propensity for scoring (and not defending).

Arizona is 4-26-2 all-time against Tech, though the last meeting was in 1989.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the Wildcats’ last game before Pac-12 play:

Arizona-Texas Tech game time, details:

Date: Saturday, Sept. 14 2019

Time: 7:30 p.m. MST

Location: Arizona Stadium, Tucson, Arizona

Line: Arizona +2

Arizona-Texas Tech will be televised on ESPN.

The Texas Tech Red Raiders (2-0) and Arizona Wildcats (1-1) tangle in Tucson Saturday at 10:30 p.m. ET.

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The faces are different, but the offensive results remain the same for the Red Raiders. They have piled up 83 points with just 13 points allowed in two wins and covers against FCS Montana State and barely-FBC UTEP while hitting the ‘under’ twice.

For Arizona, they lost in Week 0 in Hawaii, 45-38, and had two weeks to rebound. That they did, pasting FCS Northern Arizona by a 65-41 score. The Wildcats have failed to cover either outing while the over is 2-0.

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