#5 Arizona St vs #10 Arizona Overview:Both teams will meet in Tuscon, AZ (hope you don't go to Phoenix since you don't seem to know where us Wildcats reside ) for what will be the South Division Title Game. Both teams will only be seeing it as the Territorial Cup and a bitter rivalry game. Coach Jello and Coach Lambdin both came into their respective programs in 2011 (Dennis Erickson retired and Coach Mike Stoops was fired). Coach Jello leads the series 3-2 and is currently on a 2 game win streak. Coach Lambdin started out hot in this rivalry but once Coach Jello got his offense in there, he's been dominate as of late. Coach Jello has 2 blow outs to Coach Lambdin's one but there were 2 close games in which the game was decided in the final minutes. Offenses:Arizona St comes into this game with a spread option attack spear-headed by the dangerous Robbie Thomas at QB. There is also a stable of running backs which includes the speedster in Bryan Stevens. All the running backs split carries but the bulk will be in the hands of Robbie Thomas. If the Wildcats want to slow this offense down, it'll start by pressuring Robbie Thomas not only on the pass but on his option reads. At WR, there is so much speed that it'll be imperative to contain. This must be Coach Lambdin's number one key this week. Speed is every where on the offensive end. Arizona St's offensive line is also an experienced bunch and will be hard to rattle. For Arizona, the name of the game is very different. Instead of speed, the Wildcats use strength to try and rattle their opponent. QB Rodney Fuller has had a roller coaster season but this game will mean a lot to him after he got dismantled last season. The running game took a big hit when Heisman contender Kyle Jefferson went down for 4 weeks against Utah. But backup Freshman RS Sean Bullock will look to split the load with Tony Harrison. This two headed monster will be necessary to access the Wildcats Monster receivers and TE. Adam Sapp has become a force for Rodney and also a great outlet. He catches a lot of balls and his speed and athleticism is unreal for a tight end. At WR, Damion Smith has been the man but Wesley Horton is a good number two to him. Both are amazing receivers who will catch any ball thrown their way. The offensive line is pretty experienced except for at C which is a huge question mark for this game. Defenses:Arizona St's front seven is full of hungry Seniors who want to leave ASU with a huge win over their rivals from down south. The Defensive line will be more finesse than strength, though the DT Center battle will be a key all game. The linebackers are a bunch of Speedy men who will be able to hit top speed fast (3/4 have 99 Accel ). Getting lineman on them for the run game will be a necessity. The DBs for the Devils are young but very good. The match-up between the young guns for ASU and the veteran WRs of Arizona will be fun to watch. For Arizona DTs will be the key to the DL. Two seniors will be a force for the Wildcats. Also a senior end in Joe Jackson will be a necessity to try and keep composed to stop the speed of Arizona St. Arizona has a veteran set of linebackers headed by Tim Bass who is a force against most option games. The Arizona DBs also have some good experience except for at SS but Cedric Drew is a great pass defender. Will Arizona be able to contain the speed of Arizona St?