Live scores, updates and highlights for the Colorado State vs. Arizona State Week 6 college football game


The two teams have suffered two consecutive losses, with the most recent game decided by one point. It’s still a packed stadium in Tempe when Colorado visits Arizona State on Saturday.

After a second half explosion, Buffalo narrowly lost to USC, but time ran out and they fell behind. They are playing without star two-way player Travis Hunter, who is recovering from a torn liver he suffered in the Colorado State game. It’s been a disappointing few weeks for Colorado. After a 3-0 start, they are now 0-2 in conference play.

Even though the hype has slowed down, the Scalpers still have some pros for the rest of the season. Quarterback Shedeur Sanders once again performed well, passing for 371 yards, four touchdowns and only one interception. He also had a 50-yard rushing touchdown. Freshman receiver Omarion Miller rushed for 196 yards and a touchdown. In his first game, he made a big impact on the field, giving Colorado momentum and even some confidence despite the loss.

More: Watch Colorado vs. Arizona State live with Fubo (Free Trial)

The Sun Devils could definitely use some confidence in their quarterback room, though it’s mostly health. Four quarterbacks are out with back-to-back injuries. Trenton Bulger started last week and will likely start this time around. Drew Pyne, who started two weeks ago, is listed as doubtful and freshman Jaden Rashada will be out until November.

Regardless, Cam Scatebo will be the guy Colorado needs to stop. He will put up huge numbers no matter where he is on the field, so he will be a good and necessary test for the Buffs defense. He was crucial for Arizona State (1-4) to avoid its worst six-game start in the modern era.

The Sporting News is tracking the latest updates and highlights from the Week 6 matchup between the Colorado and Arizona State football teams.

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Colorado vs. Arizona State live updates, highlights from Week 6 game

Colorado 7, Arizona 14

7:48 PM Grounded – Cam Skattebo drives through the crowd and scores! It was his fifth rushing touchdown of the season. Arizona State led 14-7 with 6:38 left in the half.

7:45pm – Andre Johnson went over the pylon with one hand, but the ball was knocked down. The play is being reviewed for a touchdown.

7:41pm – Colorado was flagged for offside and Arizona State took a first down at the 48.

7:34pm – Arizona State has gone three-and-out in three straight games after a first-down touchdown.

7:30pm – The Sun Devils had recorded their third sack of the day, this time forcing Buffalo’s fourth. It’s safe to say their defense is prepared.

End of first quarter: Colorado 7, Arizona 7

Colorado 7, Arizona 7

7:17 PM Grounded – Buffs tie it up! Needing a yard on fourth down, Sanders handed the ball to Xavier Weavers, who snaked his way into the end zone. Tempe led 7-7 with two minutes left in the first quarter.

7:06 pm – Anthony Hankerson scored the Buffs’ two first downs on a 4-yard run and a 12-yard run.

7:00 pm – It was a three-and-out for Colorado and now it’s a three-and-out for Arizona State.

6:54 pm – Shedeur Sanders was ruled intentionally grounded in the first leg.

Colorado 0, Arizona 7

6:47 PM Grounded – The Sun Devils got off to a fast start, scoring a touchdown on their first drive of 48 yards from Elijhah Badger. A few minutes later, the score became 7-0.

6:35pm – Due to Washington State’s longer game against UCLA, the game will begin in Pac-12 Arizona.

6:10pm – Colorado State starting safety Trevor Wood is out. The good news is Shiloh Sanders will start.

6:05 pm – The Sun Devils are looking to snap an eight-game losing streak against FBS teams. Ironically, their last FBS win came against Colorado when Trenton Bourguet set the school record for most passing yards to start a career. He is expected to be Arizona State’s starting quarterback tonight.

5:50 pm – Colorado will unveil new helmets in Tempe.

5:20 pm – Buffs have entered the chat room.

More: Colorado’s best player odds for Week 6 college football vs. Arizona State

How to watch Colorado vs. Arizona State

  • date: Saturday, October 7
  • time: 6:30 p.m. ET
  • Place: American Mountain Stadium in Tempe, Arizona
  • TV channel: Pac-12 Network
  • live: Pac-12 Network, Fubo

This will be a sold-out USA Mountain Stadium in Tempe. The Colorado-Arizona State game will tip off on Saturday, October 7 at 6:30 pm ET. Only those with cable TV extension cords can watch the game on the Pac-12 Network. You can watch the live broadcast of the game through Fubo, and a free trial is provided.

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