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Arizona Red-Blue Game 2012: Online stream available; tickets sold out

The Wildcats will stream this year's Red-Blue Game online for those unable to attend the exhibition scrimmage.

Christian Petersen

The University of Arizona said on Wednesday morning that its annual Red-Blue Game is sold out for the second consecutive year. For those unable to attend, the Wildcats have announced the game and all the festivities will be streamed online. Everything is set to begin at 2 p.m. PT on Sunday, Oct. 22.

You can find the live stream here, courtesy of the Pac-12 Network. Athletic Director Greg Byrne first announced the news on his Twitter.

As for this year's Red-Blue Game, Arizona will honor the 1988 Final Four team. Sean Elliott, Steve Kerr, Lute Olson and many others from the team will be at the McKale Center as UA reflects on its run 25 years later. Channing Frye is also expected to return as he battles a heart condition that will keep him from playing in 2012.

This year's team will participate in a dunk contest, as well as a full scrimmage that typically runs 20-30 minutes. For a team that begins the year ranked No. 11 in the USA Today Poll, all eyes will be on the 'Cats this weekend.