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  • ASU lands top quarterback recruit

    TEMPE – ASU has added a major piece to their 2012 recruiting class by convincing a Texas high school quarterback to switch his verbal commitment from Virginia Tech to the Sun Devils. T.J. Millweard out of Texas, a 6-foot-5, 205-pound passer changed his mind after taking a recent visit to Tempe according to “He […]
  • ASU’s Carson on Team USA

    The USA Basketball U19 World Championship team announced their 12-man roster on Thursday. The team will travel to Lithuania to defend the gold medal won in 2009. Arizona State recruit Jahii Carson was the youngest player to be named to the team and is the only player on the squad with no collegiate experience. As […]
  • Carson likely to make team USA

    Coming off a last place finish is usually nothing to be rave about, but incoming recruit Jahii Carson has Sun Devils fans excited about the upcoming basketball season. Carson, who has been billed as the savior of Sun Devils basketball, spent the weekend trying out for USA Basketball’s U19 team. The Arizona Republic reported that […]
  • Are fans to blame for ASU’s struggles?

    Fans often blame coaches and players for the lack of success the ASU football program has experienced, however fans never seem to point the fingers at themselves. While fans may not think they have an impact on the game because they do not call plays like coaches or score touchdowns like players, they do have […]
  • Carson to participate in USA team training camp

    Incoming ASU freshman Jahii Carson has been added to the list of players participating at the 2011 USA Basketball Men’s U19 World Championship Team training camp. Carson, a standout point guard from Mesa High School, will participate at the training camp from June 17-24 in hopes of being named to the 12-man team that will […]
  • For coaches, top NCAA jobs reside in Arizona

    For an NCAA football coach seeking a new job, landing in the state of Arizona would not be such a bad thing. An innovative commissioner atop the Pac-12 has brought extra revenue to all the schools. Both Arizona State and the University of Arizona have solid tradition, there is ample sunshine and, well, quality talent […]
  • A preseason All-American, Burfict should be face of the program

    Vontaze Burfict is the best player the Arizona State Sun Devils have. A preseason All-American, the junior linebacker is known for making plays on Saturdays and terrorizing opposing offenses. One thing he is not known for, however, is talking to the media. “I don’t even know what he looks like and I’m in the media,” […]
  • Dennis Erickson’s seat is rather warm

    With expectations come, well, expectations, and the Arizona State football team is preparing for what could be a make or break year for their head coach. Entering his fifth season in Tempe, Dennis Erickson has seen his team go 15-21 since a 10-3 campaign in 2007. Bowl-less in three straight years, the time is now […]
  • Arizona State adds 2012 recruit

    Arizona State has added a seventh signee to their 2012 recruiting class. Dejon Allen, an offensive lineman out of Dominguez High School in Compton, Calif. has committed to the Sun Devils. Allen, who was ranked the 33rd best offensive guard by, is 6-foot-3 and 265 pounds. The three-star recruit chose ASU over a few […]
  • Former ASU PG McMillan takes job at Drake

    Former Arizona State point guard Jamelle McMillan was named coordinator of basketball operations Thursday for Drake University, the school said in a statement. “Jamelle is a man of character and excellence who is the beneficiary of life-long exposure to the game at the highest level,” Drake University men’s basketball coach Mark Phelps said in the […]
  • Arizona State adds to 2011 recruiting class

    Demarkus Perkins, a defensive back out of Highland Community College in Kansas, has signed a national letter of intent to play football at Arizona State in 2011. The 6-2, 200 pound redshirt sophomore played both cornerback and safety while in junior college. Perkins is scheduled to arrive in time for fall practices and will have […]
  • Sun Devils second in Pac-10 in academic success

    Arizona State University’s Academic Progress Rates have been announced and the school’s average score of 976 tied the Sun Devils for second in the Pac-10 conference behind the Stanford Cardinal. For the third straight year all 21 of ASU’s athletic teams exceeded the NCAA’s minimum requirement of 925. The Sun Devils continue to improve as […]
  • Garth Gerhart named to Rimington watch list

    ASU senior center Garth Gerhart has been named to the Rimington Trophy watch list which is annually awarded to the top center in NCAA Division I-A college football. While Gerhart might be best known for being the younger brother of current Minnesota Viking running back Toby Gerhart, the history major has started 22 of 26 […]
  • Sun Devils continue garnering hype

    PHOENIX – The Arizona St. Sun Devils continue to be one of the teams expected for good things in 2011.’s Andy Staples ranks ASU 23rd in his preseason rankings. Despite only going 6-6 and failing to make a bowl game last season, ASU has become one of the media darlings to make a big […]
  • Sun Devils, BCS championship sleeper?

    Too bad they don’t give out awards for preseason expectations, because if so Arizona State would need to find a bigger trophy case. A preseason darling, the Sun Devils are receiving praise from all over, the latest coming courtesy of SI Writer Stewart Mandel. When asked in his mailbag to identify a sleeper team, one […]
  • Even a Wildcat can see Vontaze Burfict ready for big 2011

    The Arizona versus Arizona State rivalry pretty much permeates through anything involving the two schools regardless of whether it involves athletics or not. That’s why when a writer who covers one of the teams says a player for the other should win a national award it should be noted.’s Anthony Gimino, who has covered […]
  • Tyler Gabbert eyeing Arizona State, Arizona?

    With a name like Gabbert you have to think he’s pretty good. Tyler Gabbert, Blaine’s younger brother, has informed Missouri coach Gary Pinkel that he is leaving the program. Among his possible destinations? Arizona State and Arizona. According to Sporting News, Chuck Gabbert, Tyler’s father, has contacted the two schools as well as Clemson, Iowa, […]
  • ASU guard Corey Hawkins to transfer

    Just as a college basketball team is supposed to begin taking shape the Arizona State Sun Devils find themselves needing to replace someone who was expected to be a key contributor next season. Corey Hawkins, a sophomore, has informed the coaching staff he intends to transfer, according to the Arizona Republic. The sophomore guard’s decision […]
  • Sun Devils, Wildcats welcomed to ESPN

    With a new TV deal comes increased exposure, and starting this year both Arizona State and Arizona will have more of a national presence. According to ESPN Media Zone, ASU and UA will be on the ESPN family of networks three times each. Of course, it is not as if the schools have been picked […]
  • Pac-12 commissioner taking conference to new heights

    PHOENIX – The newly formed Pac-12 has a new television contract that is the richest in college sports. Schools in the Pac-12 will be seeing the benefits for years to come. Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott joined the Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash show on Wednesday to talk about a “historic day for the conference.” […]

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