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  • Five Sun Devils get preseason Pac-12 honors

    Longtime college football expert Phil Steele released his preseason All-Pac-12 Team, and five members of the Arizona State Sun Devils landed on the squads. Senior do-everything player Jamal Miles landed first team honors as a kick returner, second team honors as a punt returner and fourth team honors as a wide receiver. In 2011, Miles […]
  • Another new look for ASU football?

    A little more than a year ago, the Arizona State athletic department made local and national headlines by unveiling their new brand that gave an aesthetic face lift to all sports programs on campus. For the football team, that meant new uniforms and helmets. The Sun Devils played the 2011 season with seemingly countless uniform […]
  • Lewis: No downside to giving Burfict a shot

    Former Arizona State linebacker Vontaze Burfict has been through his fair share of ups and downs, and after going undrafted in the NFL, he has gotten his shot with the Cincinnati Bengals. Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said that he was happy to sign Burfict, because there was absolutely no risk. During an interview on NFL […]
  • Former Sun Devils continue football careers close to home

    Their trip to the Cardinals complex isn’t a long one — just 10 miles from where they played their college ball. Their goal to stay, however, may require a much longer journey. Former Arizona State Sun Devils Colin Parker and Eddie Elder are now NFL players. Parker, a graduate of Chandler Hamilton High School, signed […]
  • ASU’s Sendek: Basketball transfers a national epidemic

    The ASU men’s basketball program has suffered its share of setbacks the past few seasons and the increased number of players transferring can certainly be attributed to the team’s downward slide in the standings. Trent Lockett was the latest and one of the more high profile exits from the Sun Devils program, but unlike his […]
  • Ex-Sun Devil Harden wins Sixth Man Award

    Until Thursday, the only award former Arizona State star James Harden had “won” was a proclamation from The Basketball Jones that he was the NBA’s biggest hipster. That’s all changed now, as the third-year star for the Oklahoma City Thunder was announced as the 2011-12 NBA Sixth Man of the Year. Harden averaged a career-high […]
  • Arizona Sports 620 to feature ‘High Octane Hour’ with Todd Graham

    ASU head coach Todd Graham will be bringing his “high octane” approach to Arizona Sports 620 this season. It was announced Wednesday that Graham will be the focal point of a new weekly radio show on the station, titled High Octane Hour with Todd Graham. It will be co-hosted by Arizona Sports 620’s Doug Franz […]
  • ASU A.D. optimistic about return to Tontozona

    A few weeks ago Arizona State University unveiled a plan to get the football team back to Camp Tontozona. The Sun Devils practiced and scrimmaged at the Payson, AZ site from 1960-2008, and the place is special in the hearts of many in Tempe. But, like most things these days, a return to Camp T. […]
  • Larry Scott: Pac-12 supports four-team playoff

    There has been a lot of scuttlebutt from a lot of different people about the adoption of a playoff system to determine a national champion in college football. Last month, BCS spokesperson Bill Hancock said that any proposals for an eight-team or sixteen-team playoff would “diminish the regular season and harm the bowls.” So, any […]
  • Marquette coach comments on Trent Lockett

    It became official over the weekend: Trent Lockett is transferring from Arizona State and will finish his college basketball career at Marquette University in Milwaukee. Unlike the majority of the rash of recent transfers from ASU, Lockett is leaving for family reasons. His mother, Judy, was diagnosed with lymphoma in March, and Lockett is transferring […]
  • Lockett announces transfer to Marquette

    Arizona State's Trent Lockett, the team's leading scorer last season, says he will transfer to Marquette for his senior season to be closer to his mother, who has been diagnosed with cancer.
  • Jaworski shares thoughts on Foles, Osweiler

    For the first time since 1962, both Arizona State and the University of Arizona had quarterbacks taken in the NFL Draft. That year it was Wildcats’ QB Eddie Wilson taken by the Detroit Lions in the 2nd round while ASU slinger Joe Zuger was taken in the 18th round — also by the Lions. This […]
  • Former Sun Devil Harden added to Team USA roster

    James Harden is taking the basketball world by storm. The former Arizona State Star, current member of the Oklahoma City Thunder and future NBA Sixth Man of the Year award winner is already in the midst of his best season as a pro, and now may get his first crack at basketball on an international […]
  • Report: Former Sun Devil Terrell Suggs tears Achilles

    Former Arizona State Sun Devil and current Baltimore Raven Terrell Suggs has reportedly tore his Achilles tendon and could miss the 2012 season, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. A source told Schefter the injury happened while Suggs was playing basketball. ESPN’s Rachel Nichols tweeted that she talked to Suggs Thursday and he had an optimistic […]
  • ASU AD Patterson: Pac-12 spring meetings agenda

    Arizona State athletic director Steve Patterson will have his first opportunity to acquaint himself with his Pac-12 counterparts. The Pac-12 spring meetings will be taking place in Phoenix, AZ over the coming days and Patterson envisions a plethora of topics will be on the table for discussion. The spring meetings the past two years produced […]
  • ASU undrafted free agent Burfict signs with Bengals

    Former Arizona State University linebacker Vontaze Burfict has signed a free agent contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. Previously thought of as a first round draft choice, Burfict went undrafted after reportedly failing a drug test, along with other behavioral issues off the field. Burfict also registered a 4.9 in the 40, the slowest of all […]
  • Sun Devil QB Brock Osweiler goes 57th to Denver

    Many people questioned Brock Osweiler’s decision to leave ASU early and enter the NFL Draft. The decision, while iffy at the time, proved to be the right one for the QB, as he was taken in the second round of the NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos Thursday. The 6-foot-7 QB, who started every game […]
  • NFL analyst says Brock Osweiler will go early in draft

    The NFL Draft has arrived, and it sounds like Arizona State QB Brock Osweiler will not have to wait long to hear his name called. “He might even be a first round pick,” ESPN’s Ron Jaworski told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo. “These guys are going to be pushed up, teams that need quarterbacks. […]
  • Report: ASU DE Jamaar Jarrett fails drug test

    Wednesday morning, news broke that former ASU linebacker Vontaze Burfict failed a drug test. Vontaze Burfict failed a drug test administered at the NFL Scouting Combine in February, further diminishing his stock just one day before the draft. Apparently, Burfict wasn’t the only Sun Devil who failed the Combine drug test, according to Rob Rang […]
  • Report: Vontaze Burfict failed drug test

    And the hits keep on coming for former ASU linebacker Vontaze Burfict just one day away from the start of the NFL Draft. From NFL insider Jay Glazer: NFL teams were informed this week of 2 more players of note who have flunked drug tests: ASU LB Vontaze Burfict and Va Tech CB JayRon Hosley […]

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