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  • DJ Foster to ASU, hopes to influence other recruits

    Saguaro High School running back D.J. Foster will don maroon and gold next year at Arizona State which he revealed at a press conference on Friday. The standout kept his options open to other Pac-12 schools such as USC and California, but decided the morning of his announcement that he will stay in state. “Just […]
  • Saguaro’s Foster a feather in ASU’s recruiting cap

    SCOTTSDALE — It’s been a while since positive news has rained down on Arizona State football, so forgive me if I was a little pessimistic when I stepped foot on the campus of Saguaro High School in Scottsdale on Friday morning. D.J. Foster, the Sabercats’ do-everything star and one of the top recruits in the […]
  • ASU’s Bachynski unleashing ‘inner animal’

    Where did that come from? Arizona State didn’t have enough to upset the Washington Huskies on Thursday, but it wasn’t due to a lack of effort by sophomore big man Jordan Bachynski. The 7-foot-2 Canadian had 9 points and a career-high 13 rebounds in 23 minutes off the bench in the 60-54 loss. After the […]
  • UW’s Wroten too much for ASU

    TEMPE — The Lowdown: Washington freshman Tony Wroten scored a game-high 22 points, including a huge three-point play with 1:06 remaining, lifting the Huskies to a 60-54 win over the Arizona State Sun Devils before a crowd of 6,794 at Wells Fargo Arena. The Sun Devils made a push to get to within 4 points […]
  • ASU to honor Fat Lever

    It started last season. Joe Caldwell, Lionel Hollins and Byron Scott were the first. Now, it’s Fat Lever’s turn. Thursday night the former three-year starter and two-time all-conference selection will be honored as his #12 jersey will be hung from the rafters at Wells Fargo Arena. “I think it’s one of the best things that […]
  • ASU’s AD: Nothing but praise for Todd Graham

    Arizona State head football coach Todd Graham has made quite the first impression on ASU athletic director Lisa Love. “I am first of all very, very impressed,” Love told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Tuesday. “He has tremendous momentum that he’s established already.” Love was high on Graham’s up-tempo coaching style from the start. […]
  • ASU football not lacking in confidence

    There were more than a few eye rolls last August at Arizona State football media day when both Brock Osweiler and Gerell Robinson talked confidently about the Sun Devils aspiring to play in New Orleans in the BCS Championship Game. “As much as everybody wants us to go to the Rose Bowl, I’ve been to […]
  • Sendek: ‘We’re going to be fine’

    Injuries. Ineligiblity. Suspensions. Each has landed a good shot to the body during this ASU basketball season. “We’ve hit a rough patch,” said head coach Herb Sendek Tuesday. “In part with things that we could do a better job in retrospect controlling; and in part quite frankly, some things have happened to us that are […]
  • Former Sun Devil, current 49er Kyle Williams gives lesson on facing adversity

    I couldn’t resist. Browsing the internet Monday I came across a photo of Kyle Williams that was snapped shortly after his fumble in overtime that led to the 49ers losing to the Giants and missing out on a chance at the Super Bowl. Standing on the field, Williams’ hands were on the back of his […]
  • Terrell Suggs: Instant hero to millions

    Just a day after losing out on a chance to play in his first Super Bowl, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs showed his resiliency while becoming a mouthpiece for what millions of sports fans feel on Monday. Suggs, the former Arizona State Sun Devil, appeared on ESPN’s First Take, which has seemingly become a vehicle […]
  • ASU hoops: Where’s the grit?

    Quick…somebody name the last good thing that happened to Arizona State athletics? You’d probably have to go back to the football team’s easy 48-14 Homecoming win over Colorado on October 29th. Since then, it’s been a steady stream of yuck on both the gridiron and the hardwood. Suspensions, firings, embarrassing losses and negative publicity have […]
  • ASU faces altitude at Colorado

    It is not easy to win on the road. ASU is 3-4 away from Wells Fargo Arena this season. It becomes even more difficult against a quality opponent (Colorado is 11-6) that has a distinct home court advantage: altitude. Follow @Vincemarotta
  • ESPN’s McShay really likes Brock Osweiler

    Many eyebrows were raised a couple of weeks ago when Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler announced he was passing up his senior season with the Sun Devils to enter the NFL Draft. Osweiler did become the first quarterback in ASU history to throw for more than 4,000 yards in a single season, but the Devils […]
  • ASU showing an improved offense

    ASU is playing better basketball. Since the calendar turned to the new year, the Sun Devils have won two games—or half as many as they won in the season’s first two months back when the calendar read 2011. What’s changed? “Ball movement,” answered head coach Herb Sendek without hesitation. “We’re really doing a much better […]
  • ASU, UA get different grades for coaching hires

    The flurry of coaching hires in college football is now pretty much over, so the time for reflection has begun. In all, there were 25 new coaches hired in FBS, and Stewart Mandel of Sports Illustrated has kicked that reflection into high gear by assigning grades to those schools who participated. Mandel’s assessments turned out […]