TEMPE, AZ — The Arizona State Sun Devils football season will get off to a fast start this year.
The Pac-12 just announced a 10-game season for each team and ASU opens up with the Territorial Cup against the University of Arizona in September.
All non-conference games have been canceled this season.
Below is the full schedule for ASU:
Sept. 26 – at Arizona
Oct. 3 – Stanford
Oct. 9 – at Oregon
Oct. 17 – bye
Oct. 24 – UCLA
Oct. 31 – at Colorado
Nov. 7 – Utah
Nov. 14 – at Washington State
Nov. 21 – at USC
Nov. 28 – California
Dec. 5 – Oregon State
Dec. 18 or 19 – Pac-12 Championship Game
"I appreciate the diligence of Commissioner Larry Scott and all the Pac-12 presidents and athletic directors in coming up with a plan that will allow us to play football this year," ASU head coach Herm Edwards said. "The health, safety and welfare of our student-athletes, coaches, staff – anyone who touches our programs – will continue to be at the forefront as we attempt to navigate our way through the coming months."
The game against Arizona will be the earliest meeting on record between the two. In 1935 and 1946 the two teams played on September 28, the only time they've played in the month.
The Pac-12 has not made an official announcement whether or not fans will be allowed to attend games in person.