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  • ASU QB Threet retires over concussion issues

    TEMPE – Former Sun Devils starting quarterback Steven Threet has decided to give up playing football after suffering from post-concussion syndrome. ASU confirmed the signal caller’s decision on Wednesday. Threet, who would have been a senior this year, has suffered four concussions, three from last season, and is still experiencing headaches from the after effects. […]
  • Sun Devils looking to parlay victory into winning streak

    TEMPE – Arizona State will be looking to build some momentum heading out on a California road trip after snapping their nine-game losing streak. The Sun Devils broke their 11-game Pac-10 losing streak when they defeated Washington St. 71-69 on Saturday. “These guys have been battling and battling and some hard work finally paid off. […]
  • Scott Brown named defensive line coach at ASU

    TEMPE – Scott Brown, known in college football circles as a master game planner, a dynamic teacher of young men and a relentless recruiter, has been named as Defensive Line coach at Arizona State University, Head Coach Dennis Erickson announced Thursday. Brown replaces former Defensive Line coach Grady Stretz, who left to take the same […]
  • Athletic Director Love sets bar high for ASU football

    Arizona State Athletic Director Lisa Love isn’t afraid to be blunt on the subject of Sun Devil football. She made it very clear to head coach Dennis Erickson when she hired him back in 2006 that the roster was “clearly missing in depth” and wasn’t heading towards the success that she expects from the program. […]
  • ASU to honor Lionel Hollins, Byron Scott at Feb. 17 game

    TEMPE, Ariz. – Arizona State University will honor Lionel Hollins and Byron Scott at their Feb. 17 game at Wells Fargo Arena against Washington. Both former Sun Devils will be in attendance and will have their jerseys raised to the rafters. Hollins played at ASU from 1973-75, was a two-time team Most Valuable Player and […]
  • Ultimate Arizona Sports Fantasy Draft- Sun Devils Football

    Following fantasy drafts covering all the major sports teams in the Valley, Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug Franz and ASU legend Jeff Van Raaphorst went head-to-head to draft their all-time Sun Devils football teams. Following the draft, Franz was confident in his team, especially the pass rush they could generate. However, Van Raaphorst’s strength appeared to […]
  • ASU awaits rivalry game, tries to salvage season

    Despite a disappointing and frustrating season, ASU looks to salvage a small victory over rival and Pac-10 leaders Arizona. ASU has endured a spat of injuries and the growing pains of a young team this season, posting a 1-10 conference record and 9-14 overall record, placing them in the basement of the Pac-10. “It’s just […]
  • ASU announces date move of season opener

    The Arizona State University football team will open its 2011 season against UC Davis at Sun Devil Stadium on Thursday, September 1. The game was previously slated for Saturday, September 3. The move was made in order to give Sun Devil fans a better opportunity to enjoy the Labor Day weekend that follows Thursday night’s […]
  • Homegrown players save ASU, UA on signing day

    Despite underwhelming in-state recruiting for what some claim is one of the best crops of high school players in the state’s recent history, Arizona and Arizona State both managed to save some face by signing homegrown players who fulfill two of their biggest needs. “Mo Latu, the center out of Perry High School, [is a] […]
  • Erickson talks ASU recruiting class

    After the dust cleared on an unpredictable signing day, the Arizona State Sun Devils ended up with 14 new players that head coach Dennis Erickson is excited to add to a promising 2011 squad. Erickson joined 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash show Wednesday to discuss his relatively small class consisting of 12 freshmen along with […]
  • Sendek celebrating the small victories

    Coming off two losses last week and five consecutive dating back to the middle of January, ASU head coach Herb Sendek has learned to celebrate the small victories with his young team. Whether it is through addressing individual performances or areas of improvement, Arizona State (9-12, 1-8 Pac 10) is discovering that the moral victories […]
  • Will ASU football have black uniforms in 2011?

    No one will ever accuse us of being fashionistas here at ArizonaSports.com, but black may be the new maroon this fall, at least in Tempe. The change in color preference has nothing to do with the thousands of fashion conscious young woman who walk around Arizona State University’s campus. As a matter of fact, it […]
  • Struggling ASU hosts USC and UCLA this week

    TEMPE, Ariz. – The Arizona State Sun Devils basketball team will face USC and UCLA at home Thursday and Saturday as they continue a tough conference schedule after defeats to Washington and Washington State last week. The Sun Devils have been plagued with injuries the last few games, causing leading scorer Trent Lockett along with […]
  • Short-handed ASU travels to Washington schools

    TEMPE – The ASU Sun Devils head north on a two-game road trip to take on Washington St. on Thursday and Washington on Saturday and looking to get their season turned around. “We put ourselves in this situation so we’ve got to get ourselves out,” said guard Jamelle McMillan. ASU(9-8, 1-4 in the PAC-10) is […]
  • ASU seniors set to play in all-star game

    Two Arizona State University senior football players, Saia Falahola and Brandon Smith, will participate in the inaugural Eastham Energy College All-Star Game held Jan. 23 at Sun Devil Stadium. Falahola, a fifth-year defensive tackle, finished the 2010 season with 13 tackles, including 2.5 tackles-for-loss in 12 games (eight starts). The converted offensive lineman collected 59 […]