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  • 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 […]
  • Sun Devils, Wildcats set to renew rivalry

    PHOENIX – What happens when a team that is used to dominating a series loses six of seven contests? A rivalry. Saturday the Arizona Wildcats will host the Arizona State Sun Devils and, while the Cats are sitting pretty at 14-3, the Devils are just 9-7. Don’t expect Sean Miller’s team to underestimate the visitors. […]
  • ASU’s Omar Bolden returning to school

    TEMPE, Ariz. – Arizona State University cornerback Omar Bolden, after consulting with family members, the ASU coaching staff and the National Football League, has decided to remain in school and play his senior season in 2011. “I’ve built special relationships with these guys on the team,” said Bolden. “Not only are they teammates, but I […]
  • ASU gaining confidence heading into Pac-10 home opener

    TEMPE – ASU has looked dreadful at times this season as they have dealt with injuries to key players and struggled to integrate a number of new players into their system. However, the Sun Devils continue to gain confidence as their season progresses. “As they taste a little success and continue to work hard, they […]
  • Sendek, Sun Devils busy over winter break

    PHOENIX – Arizona State basketball coach Herb Sendek isn’t traveling anywhere over the winter break. That’s because he and the Sun Devils have already been on the road a lot so far this season, a trend that will continue into 2011. “We really don’t have a great deal of time before or after to do […]
  • ASU looks forward to next year after big win

    TEMPE- Arizona State may not have made it to a bowl game, but winning the Territorial Cup in Tucson served as a consolation. How fitting that in a season where extra points doomed the Sun Devils, two blocked extra points proved to be the difference in beating Arizona. “That’s one of the bigger wins I […]
  • ASU’s Weber, Brooks Named Pac-10 Conference Players of the Week

    Arizona State defensive end James Brooks and place kicker Thomas Weber were given Pacific-10 Conference Player of the Week honors after both had clutch performances in their double overtime win against in-state rival University of Arizona. All the scrutiny Weber faced this season may have been forgotten by Sun Devil fans after the kicker was […]
  • NCAA denies ASU’s petition for a bowl game

    TEMPE- The NCAA has denied ASU’s bowl waiver request late Friday afternoon. ASU Vice President for Athletics Lisa Love was disappointed by the news but optimistic about the programs future. “It was a powerful way to end the season last night in Tucson,” Love said. “We are disappointed in the outcome that we are not […]
  • Quick Facts: Arizona State at Arizona

    The big instate rivalry, the Duel in the Desert, is taking place Thursday in Tucson. Whether you’re an Arizona State Sun Devil or Arizona Wildcat, here are some quick facts to give you everything you need to know for the game. • This is the 84th time ASU and UofA have gone head-to-head. The Wildcats […]
  • Tucson hosts the 84th Duel in the Desert

    The 2010 college football regular season will come to an end in the state of Arizona this week as the bitter in- state rivals University of Arizona and Arizona State clash for the 84th duel in the desert. The Territorial Cup is expected to be an offensive showcase between two of the nation’s top passing […]
  • A.D. Lisa Love still hoping for an ASU bowl bid

    Arizona State University heads into the Territorial Cup seeking their sixth win of the season; however, even if they pull off the upset on Thursday the Sun Devils will most likely left out of postseason play. ASU Athletic Director Lisa Love told Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash there is still a slight chance that […]