Arizona State vs Washington State

Arizona State vs Washington State both enter Saturday’s 12:30 p.m. kickoff well-rested following bye weeks.


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ASU (4-1, 1-1) is in a better position than many expected following an upset of California. Washington State (3-2, 0-2) is still looking for its first Pac-12 victory.

Arizona State opened as a 2-point favorite at home.

So, who will win this Week 7 Pac-12 contest?

Here are some picks and predictions for the game at Sun Devil Stadium.
The Arizona Republic: ASU 35, Washington State 28

Michelle Gardner writes: “The Sun Devils will likely have to score more than they have in the past to win this game and they should given the Cougars’ problems on that side of the ball which led to the defensive coordinator stepping down a week ago. WSU has also made massive personnel changes on that side of the ball and while they might be good ones in the long run there will be a transition phase. The Sun Devils should be able to capitalize on that. I’m looking for Eno Benjamin to come up big in this one too.”

The Arizona Republic: ASU 38, Washington State 24

Emily Horos writes: “Making a mid-season change at defensive coordinator, like the Cougars just made, rarely leads to instant success. The bye week provided some period for adjustment, but don’t expect Washington State to keep Arizona State out of the end zone. ASU wins this one in a bit of a shootout.”
The Arizona Republic: ASU 35, Washington State 31

Jeff Metcalfe writes: “ASU seemingly is in a much healthier place right now than Washington State, but the Cougars still are an elite scoring team capable of overcoming their defensive deficiencies. We’ll see if ASU can win a quasi-shootout.”
The Arizona Republic: ASU 33, Washington State 20

Greg Moore writes: “This is a huge game for coach Herm Edwards and ASU. The Sun Devils win big behind a swarming defense that’s ready to play its best ball. The 3-3-5 was designed to stop spread offenses. The ASU offense, meanwhile, should be able to take advantage of short fields and sudden changes to jump out to an early lead.”

The Arizona Republic: ASU 28, Washington State 23

Kent Somers writes: “This will be an interesting clash of styles. Arizona State isn’t afraid to make a game look ugly, at least by today’s standards, and count on its ability to make fewer mistakes than an opponent. Washington State likes to fling it and is willing to take its chances in shootouts. I think ASU wins, mostly because the game is in Tempe, not Pullman.”

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Bleacher Report: ASU 34, Washington State 32

David Kenyon writes: “Defensive coordinator Tracy Claeys resigned after WSU allowed 105 points in two Pac-12 games. Perhaps the defense will receive the “post-firing boost” that sometimes shows up, and quarterback Anthony Gordon should bounce back from an ineffective loss at Utah. Still, expecting the Cougs to stop anyone seems unwise.”
Sporting News: Washington State 34, ASU 31

Bill Bender writes: “The Cougars have won the last two meetings, and both teams had the extra bye week to prepare for this matchup. Mike Leach called out his players after a 38-13 loss at Utah, and they get the message in a Pac-12 thriller.”

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