While the Pac-12 have been out of contention for the national title since the Stanford Cardinal lost earlier in the year, they still have a chance to make their mark in the final year of the BCS bowls. Stanford (10-2) battles the Arizona State Sun Devils (10-2) tonight for the Pac-12 Championship and an automatic berth in the BCS bowl games. According to ESPN on Dec. 6, the winner of this game will head to the Rose Bowl to play either the Big Ten winner, or if the Ohio State Buckeyes head to the national title game, an at-large BCS opponent. Here is how fans can follow the Stanford Cardinal vs. Arizona State Sun Devils live stream of the Pac-12 title game.
- Date: Dec. 7
- Time: 7:45 p.m. EST
- TV: ESPN
- Radio: XM 194
- Live Stream: WatchESPN
Stanford spent much of the season in the running for the national title. Even after losing to Utah earlier in the year, voters kept the Cardinal ranked in a position where they could move into the title spot if someone ahead of them slipped up. However, after also falling to USC, their national title hopes completely crumbled. Now, they hope to knock off a very solid Arizona State team to make it back to the Rose Bowl.
Stanford has already beaten Arizona State once this season, a 42-28 beating early in the season, but that was the only loss for the Sun Devils in Pac-12 play. Their other loss came in a non-conference game with the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. They finished the season with seven consecutive wins and now look to ride their momentum into the BCS bowls.
The Stanford Cardinal vs. Arizona State Sun Devils live stream kicks off at 7:45 p.m. EST.