2010 Football Schedule Set
The slate will include seven home games and two games have already been confirmed for national television.

Arizona Athletics
Jan. 6, 2010

The University of Arizona's 2010 football schedule has been approved by the Pacific-10 Conference.

The slate will include seven home games against The Citadel, Iowa, California, Oregon State, Washington, USC and Arizona State. This coming season the UA will have five Pac-10 home games after playing five on the road in 2009.

The initial approval sets the dates for the UA's 2010 contests, with subsequent league-partner television choices to be made May 1 and June 1 that will help establish some of the game times.

Currently two games have been set for days other than Saturday and identified for television – the Thursday , Dec. 2 night game against Arizona State, to kick off at 6 p.m. on ESPN, and the Friday, Nov. 26 contest at Oregon. That game's television carrier and time have yet to be determined.

All UA games will be considered for telecast through the league partnership with ABC and ESPN, Fox Sports Net and Versus, plus UA's own arrangement with media colleague IMG.

In 2009 all games were shown on television, including eight on national or regional carriers and five via the IMG agreement with KGUN and KWBA in Tucson and FS Arizona.

The Wildcats will face California on Sept. 25. The annual Homecoming weekend will be held in connection with the Oct. 23 Washington game.

Arizona home games in September will kick off at 7 p.m. unless changed for television, while October and November home games are typically slated for 4 p.m. unless changed for television.

Start times will not be available for some games until the Monday prior if those games remain in the running for weekly television picks, after the initial round of choices by the Pac-10.

2010 Arizona Football Schedule

Sept. 4: at Toledo
Sept. 11: The Citadel
Sept. 18: Iowa
Sept. 25: California  
Oct. 9: Oregon State (Family Weekend) 
Oct. 16: at Washington St.
Oct. 23: Washington (Homecoming)
Oct. 30: at UCLA
Nov. 6: at Stanford
Nov. 13: USC
Nov. 26: at Oregon
Dec. 2: Arizona State