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ASU Vs. UofA Territorial Cup Match-Up at 8 PM -- Poll: Who Wins?

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Arizona sports fans will have their eyes glued to the Duel in the Desert tonight, the century-old rivalry football game between the University of Arizona and Arizona State University.

CBS News is predicting a watchability factor of "not bad at all" for the annual Territorial Cup, with excitement expected from the Wildcats' offensive game and Arizona State show-stealers Keelan Johnson and Jake Fischer.

Arizona State senior linebacker Brandon Magee, who was out of last year's match-up due to a ruptured Achilles tendon, told Arizona Sports 620 yesterday, "We're up for the challenge and it's going to be a very exciting game."

Before the 8 p.m. game, which is being played at the Arizona Stadium and will be televised on ESPN, we figured it was time for a quick poll for alumni and fans: Who's gonna take it this year?

Arizona State senior linebacker Brandon Magee, who was out of last year's match-up due to a ruptured Achilles tendon, told Arizona Sports 620 yesterday, "We're up for the challenge and it's going to be a very exciting game."

Before the 8 p.m. game, which is being played at the Arizona Stadium and will be televised on ESPN, we figured it was time for a quick poll for alumni and fans: Who's gonna take it this year?

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