Television options for UA/WSU

There will again be some confusing television viewing for the Wildcats/Washington State game on Saturday. There will be a variety of ways to catch the Wildcat game on Saturday depending on where you live and what cable/satellite provider you have.

"Since we are televising both the UA and ASU games at the same time again on Saturday, we are following the same type of format that was instituted for the New Mexico game a couple weeks ago," said Fox Sports Arizona's Brett Hansen. "I know there is some confusion for the fans."

Here is a look at all the different ways the WSU/UA game can be seen on FSN Arizona this Saturday night:

* It will be televised live in Tucson/Yuma (Southern Arizona)/New Mexico markets at 7:00 p.m. on all cable and satellite systems. DirecTV will carry it on alternate channel 669 and DISH will put it on alternate channel 446.

* It can be seen live throughout Arizona and in New Mexico on DirecTV (669) and DISH (446)

* It can also be seen nationally and statewide on Fox College Sports on the FCS Pacific channel.

* Viewers across the country who subscribe to the sports packages on DirecTV and DISH will also get it live on the alternate channels listed above.

* In the Phoenix/Northern Arizona market, cable systems will carry it on a tape-delay basis at 10:30 p.m.

The ASU/Stanford will be televised on a delay basis in Tucson at 10:30 p.m. on Cox and Comcast. The game can be seen live in the area on DirecTV (channel 649) and on DISH (channel 415). It is also available live on Fox College Sports on the FCS Central channel.

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