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  • Creekmur propels ASU to win over Oregon State

    TEMPE — For the first seven games this season, ASU sophomore Chanse Creekmur could barely hit the broad side of a barn from three-point range. The Marshalltown, Iowa product made just 4-of-21 threes to start the season, including a 4-game stretch in which he went 0-for-8 from behind the arc. Oh, how times have changed. […]
  • Turnovers consistently killing Sun Devils

    If you ask any college or pro basketball coach what they preach to their teams repeatedly in practice or right before a game, invariably “taking care of the basketball” will show up near the top of the list. Some teams take those teachings to heart and really play conservative basketball, treating each possession with tender […]
  • Sun Devils add assistant for sports performance

    Arizona State University has hired Greg Vandermade as an assistant head coach for sports performance, Head Football Coach Todd Graham announced Friday. Vandermade previously worked at Cal State Fullerton as the head strength and conditioning coach in 2008, and also was an assistant strength and conditioning coach for two seasons at the University of Tulsa. […]
  • Turnovers, fatigue doom Sun Devils vs. Oregon

    TEMPE — Turnovers have plagued the Arizona State Sun Devils all season long, and that was the case again Thursday night at Wells Fargo Arena. But a new factor also reared its ugly head in ASU’s Pac-12 home opener — fatigue. The two together were far too much to overcome as Arizona State dropped a […]
  • Three ASU football seniors to play in all-star games

    Three Arizona State football seniors will participate in one more collegiate game, having accepted invitations to play in their first post-season all-star games. Linebacker Colin Parker, wide receiver Gerell Robinson and offensive lineman Garth Gerhart are on rosters for three separate games that will be played in January. Parker will appear in the Casino Del […]
  • Keala King gives ‘statement’ on twitter

    It’s been five days since Arizona State head basketball coach Herb Sendek dismissed his leading scorer and assist man Keala King from the squad. King, along with fellow sophomore Kyle Cain and junior Chris Colvin, was suspended for last weekend’s trip to Los Angeles for “unacceptable conduct”. Following the trip, Sendek made the decision to […]
  • Pac-12 Commish: ‘There will be change’

    It would appear the snoozefest that was Monday’s BCS National Championship Game has inspired change. Rumblings that a playoff-type system could be on the way have grown louder in recent days, though Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo that it doesn’t mean change is imminent. “Obviously there’s complicated details, otherwise […]
  • ASU’s Todd Graham hires new strength coach

    Wednesday, Arizona State head football coach Todd Graham hired “the best strength and conditioning coach in America”, to join his staff. Those are flattering comments about Shawn Griswold, Graham’s latest hire. Griswold has been named the Director of Strength and Conditioning at ASU following Graham from the University of Pittsburgh, where he held the same […]
  • Herb deserves respect, but what’s wrong with ASU hoops?

    If you look at a crystal ball in the hopes seeing the future of ASU basketball, it would be too cloudy for even the most experienced fortune teller to see. The recent past is something that most ASU fans would shield their eyes from or violently turn away. ASU head coach Herb Sendek dismissed Keala […]
  • Sendek calls player transfers ‘an epidemic in college sports’

    Kyle Cain and Chris Colvin returned to Arizona State’s basketball practice Monday and will be available this week vs. the Oregon schools. The two, along with Keala King, were suspended last week, did not make the trip to L.A. and missed the games against USC and UCLA. King has since been dismissed from the team. […]
  • Early projections for 2012 Sun Devils not good

    Most people concentrated on the confetti falling from the rafters and the Crimson celebration at the Louisiana Superdome in the moments that followed Alabama’s 21-0 win over LSU in the BCS National Championship Game on Monday night. Some watched The Bachelor. Others started looking ahead to the 2012 season. Among those was ESPN Pac-12 blogger […]
  • Joe Lorig hired by Arizona State football

    Another day, another position filled on Todd Graham’s coaching staff. The Arizona State head coach hired former Central Washington assistant head coach and defensive coordinator Joe Lorig on Tuesday. Lorig spent four seasons on the staff at Central Washington, helping the NCAA Division II Wildcats to a 34-12 record and two playoff appearances. Lorig does […]
  • ASU legend White happy with Graham hire

    Discipline. It’s a word that gets thrown around a lot in the sport of football. Unfortunately it isn’t a word that was associated with Dennis Erickson’s tenure as head coach at Arizona State. That lack of discipline and a late-season collapse led to Erickson’s firing in November. Last month, ASU hired Todd Graham, who made […]
  • Graham adds Paul Randolph to ASU staff

    New Arizona State head football coach Todd Graham continued the process of filling out his staff with the hiring of Paul Randolph as Senior Associate Head Coach. Randolph has served on Graham’s coaching staff in all of his previous stops. At Rice in 2006, Randolph served as assistant head coach, defensive coordinator and linebackers coach. […]
  • Report: Keala King dismissed from ASU basketball

    It looks like the Arizona State Sun Devils will be playing with one less man this year. According to multiple reports, leading scorer Keala King was dismissed from the ASU men’s basketball team Sunday. @ASUDevilscom tweeted: Quote from coach Herb Sendek: “We have decided that Keala will no longer be with the team. We wish […]