Three weeks of college football have come and gone.

Heading into Week 4, Arizona is traveling to take on the Stanford Cardinal.

Its been a while since I played Stanford,” Arizona running back, Michael Wiley said.

Wiley was only a freshman the last time Arizona and Stanford met.

Now, in his final season as a Wildcat, he faces the Cardinal once again.

You know I think were real confident going into this week, with the game plan,” Wiley said.

Heading into this match-up, the Cardinal lost big to USC 56-10 and then suffered an at-home loss to Sacramento State 30-23.

Despite Stanfords record, Arizona will still be tested going into this weekend.

I think college football is up for grabs every single week,” Arizona Football Coach, Jedd Fisch said.

Arizona finished their non-conference schedule 2-1.

As the Wildcats travel to Northern California this week, the challenge is not just that it’s a road game.

This is our first conference game; theyve already had a conference game,” Fisch said. “Theyve gone through that experience so far, we have not.

Stanford currently leads the series, 17-14, winning the last six games between the two.

We know we have our work cut out for us with a very good football team,” Fisch said.

Kickoff Saturday is at 4 pm at Stanford Stadium.



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