On Monday, CU announced that its Nov. 4 game at Arizona State will be slated for a 7:07 p.m. (MT) kickoff from Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz.
The game will be broadcast by the Pac-12 Networks. CU is looking for its first-ever win at ASU, after going 0-for-4.
Tate honored again
After busting loose against Colorado on Oct. 7, Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate continues to impress.
Tate was named Pac-12 offensive player of the week on Monday, earning the honor for the third week in a row. He is the first player to be named Pac-12/10 offensive player of the week three weeks in a row since USC quarterback Rodney Peete in 1988.
In a 45-44 double overtime win against Cal, Tate had 303 yards in total offense (137 rushing, 166 passing) and three total touchdowns.
Arizona’s Colin Schooler was named defensive player of the week and Arizona State kicker Brandon Ruiz was the special teams player of the week.
CU, Oregon and Oregon State are the only three teams that have not had a Pac-12 player of the week this season. … With Jonathan Huckins out and Time Lynott Jr. at center, Brett Tonz played right guard, earning his first significant playing time, with 43 snaps. “For his first time getting thrown out there, I thought he did OK,” CU coach Mike MacIntyre said. … Phillip Lindsay ranks sixth nationally with 1,093 rushing yards, and his 207 carries are second. Only Navy quarterback Zach Abey (208) has more carries. … With two catches last week, Bryce Bobo now has a career-high 42 catches this season. … After going 1-for-17 on third downs against Washington State, CU dropped from 22nd nationally to 62nd in that category.