- Associated Press - Thursday, November 3, 2016

Arizona (2-6, 0-5 Pac-12) at No. 25 Washington State (6-2, 5-0, No. 25 CFP), 1 p.m. (Pac-12 Network)

Line: Washington State by 16½.

Series Record: Arizona leads 26-15.


Washington State has won six straight games and hopes to keep pace with No. 4 Washington as the only undefeated teams in Pac-12 play. Arizona seeks its first league win and to snap five-game losing streak.


Washington State QB Luke Falk against Arizona pass defense. Falk leads Pac-12 with 365 passing yards per game and has thrown for 24 TDs. Arizona has been playing both Brandon Dawkins and Anu Solomon at quarterback and it is unclear who will start against the Cougars.


Arizona: RB Samajie Grant, who rushed for 64 yards against Stanford; WR Trey Griffey, the son of Ken Griffey Jr., has 19 catches for 360 yards.

Washington State: WRs Gabe Marks and River Cracraft are first teammates to catch 200 career passes each in league history.


Arizona is averaging just 198 passing yards per game, and has scored 99 points in Pac-12 play, lowest in the league. The Wildcats completed just five passes against Stanford last week. … Falk threw for 514 yards and five TDS, four to Gabe Marks, in last year’s 45-42 victory. … Washington State seeks first seven-game winning streak since 2002. … Marks needs 12 receptions to become all-time Pac-12 leader. Visiting team has won past four games in series.

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