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Colorado Buffaloes vs. Arizona State Sun Devils: Start time, TV coverage, how to watch online, odds, and more

Here's how to watch the action at home or on the go.

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The Colorado Buffaloes head to Tempe to try and take down Arizona State Sun Devils and get that elusive sixth win required for bowl eligibility. The Buffaloes are coming off of a big win over Cal and hope to take that success on the road against an up and down Sun Devils team.

Here's what you need to know to watch the game at home, or on the go if you're out and about. As always, you'll need to check with your local cable or satellite provider to ensure live-streaming availability in your area.

Colorado Buffaloes vs. Arizona State Sun Devils

Saturday, November 4, 2017 | 7:00 p.m. MT

Arizona State Stadium, Tempe, AZ

Television: Pac-12 Network

Internet: Pac-12 Live

Mobile: Pac-12 Now

TV Commentators: Roxy Bernstein (play-by-play) / Anthony Herron (color) / Lewis Johnson (sideline reporter)

Odds: Colorado +4

Stat of the Week: 365. No, not the number of days in a year we’re referring to, but the total number of snaps TE/DE George Frazier has played in all phases of the game this season. He first dabbled a bit on both sides of the ball as a freshman in 2014 (195 plays on defense and caught five passes, three for touchdowns on offense). He was strictly on offense the last two years, but this season, he’s been on the field for 365 plays (197 offense, 103 defense, 65 special teams). He’ll likely see two more snaps on defense over the course of the remainder of the season, and he’s easily the first player to play over 200 snaps on both offense and defense in the same season since the platoon era ended with the 1964 season.