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ASU Football: Sun Devils kickoff time against Utah announced, could tear hole in space-time continuum

We're going back to the future with Five Hour Energy in our system.

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Todd Graham could arrive in a DeLorean and Marty McFly might make a guest appearance when Arizona State's game with Utah starts at 8 p.m PT on Fox Sports 1 on Nov. 1 at Sun Devil Stadium.

The game will kickoff at 11 p.m. on the East Coast. Daylight savings time ends at 2 a.m. on Nov. 2, the day after the game starts.

Assuming the game goes over three hours, which it probably will, the time will change on the East Coast sometime around the end of the third or beginning of the fourth quarter.

If the Sun Devils score right before the time change on the East Coast, say 1:30 a.m., which would be 10:30 in Arizona, they could theoretically score at the same time of day again on the East Coast or elsewhere in the country after the clocks fall back.

Arizona, however, doesn't observe daylight savings time. As a result, either Arizona State or Utah could score twice at the same time in another area of the country and only once in Arizona.

It's almost like time travel...maybe...but not really.