Arizona State vs. Stanford live stream coverage is available Saturday (Dec. 7). The Arizona State vs. Stanford TV game start time is 4:45 p.m. PT, with ESPN ready to provide instant access. According to an updated report from ESPN on Saturday, the Arizona State Sun Devils are predicted to win the game and have a spread of 3 1/2 points heading toward kickoff.
This match-up is pretty simple, as the winner of the 2013 Pac-12 Championship Game is heading to the 2014 Rose Bowl on New Year's Day. Both teams come in to this game with a 10-2 record, with the Sun Devils holding the slightly better record from conference games. This is why ASU gets to host the game in front of some very excited fans. It's definitely worth noting that one of the losses for the Sun Devils came back in Week 3 against this very same Stanford Cardinal team (42-28).
Stanford got to this game by beating up on Oregon to win the Pac-12 North. The team did lose to Utah and USC during the regular season, but those two losses were by a combined nine points. Now the two teams square off with their only chance to make a BCS bowl game. The loser will have to watch from a secondary bowl, with the possibility that the Oregon Ducks could leapfrog them into a BCS bowl invite.
Arizona State vs. Stanford live stream coverage will make sure that even people stuck in front of a computer can watch the game, but most fans of the teams will be tuning in to ESPN on Saturday to see who wins the 2013 Pac-12 championship.
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