Arizona Vs. Oregon 2012: TV Schedule, Game Time, Spread And More

After cruising through their non-conference schedule, the Oregon Ducks (3-0) will begin Pac-12 play on Saturday when they host the Arizona Wildcats (3-0).

Not only will the game be a battle of 3-0 teams, but it is also a matchup of two of the highest-scoring offenses in all of college football. Oregon enters the game averaging 54.0 points per game, which is good for fifth among FBS teams. Arizona is currently 12th in scoring, averaging 46.3 points per game.

While both offenses put up a lot of yards and points, they do it in different ways. Oregon is fourth in the country in rushing yards per game while the Wildcats are seventh in the country in passing yards per game. Regardless of how they gain them, both teams figure to rack up a lot of yards on Saturday.

Oregon has dominated the matchup recently, winning 11 of the past 13 contests, including the last four. The Ducks knocked off the Wildcats 56-31 in Tucson last year.

Game time/date: Sept. 22, 10:30 p.m. ET

Location: Autzen Stadium, Eugene, Ore.

TV Schedule/Streaming: ESPN/WatchESPN

Odds: Oregon favored by 26-1/2 points.

Talk about the game with Oregon football fans by heading on over to Addicted to Quack, with Arizona football fans by hitting up Arizona Desert Swarm.

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