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  • Sun Devils WR Brandon Aiyuk is 1st-round pick in ESPN mock draft

    ASU head coach Herm Edwards praised the Sun Devils' star wideout from 2019, Brandon Aiyuk, as he was mock-drafted as a first-round pick by ESPN.
  • ASU football coaches do pushup challenge while social distancing

    Members of the ASU football coaching staff participated in a social media challenge in which they do 10 pushups while social distancing.
  • ASU point guard Remy Martin declares for NBA Draft

    ASU star point guard Remy Martin has declared for the NBA Draft after a season in which he was on the All-Pac-12 First Team.
  • Reports: ASU foward Khalid Thomas enters transfer portal

    ASU's Khalid Thomas has entered the transfer portal, according to reports. He spent a year with the Sun Devils after transferring from junior college.
  • Pac-12 extends suspension of team activities due to coronavirus

    The Pac-12 Conference announced Monday an extension of its rules against team activities and workouts while coronavirus demands continued social distancing.
  • ASU football’s episode of ’24/7′ on HBO nominated for Sports Emmy

    The episode of HBO's "24/7 College Football" that profiled Herm Edwards' Arizona State Sun Devils has been nominated for a Sports Emmy in the Outstanding Edited Sports Event Coverage category.
  • Odds on where ASU WR Brandon Aiyuk goes in the NFL Draft

    Arizona State receiver Brandon Aiyuk is going to make some good money. He's expected to be drafted in the first few rounds of the NFL Draft.
  • Bobby Hurley, Sean Miller tell Stadium favorite TV show, movie

    Bobby and Dan Hurley have the same favorite movie, while Sean Miller likes Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm, according to a Stadium survey.
  • ‘On cloud 9’: 4 years ago, Ryan Hingst made ASU baseball history

    Four years ago, Ryan Hingst made ASU baseball history when he pitched the program's 10th no-hitter, calling it the best baseball moment in his career.
  • Coronavirus doesn’t stop NCAA from ruining Trevor Lawrence’s charity

    Sporting events have shuttered amid the coronavirus pandemic, but that doesn’t mean the NCAA and its schools have stopped enforcing the rule of law.
  • Trivia Tuesday: Remembering iconic March Madness moments

    Can you match the memorable March Madness moment to the school it's describing? Let's hope you can, because it's Trivia Tuesday!
  • By the numbers: ASU basketball rattles off 3rd-straight 20-win season

    The Arizona State men's basketball team won 20 games for a third straight season. Here is a by the numbers recapping a season filled with accomplishments.
  • Rothstein: ASU men’s basketball No. 20 in early 2020-21 rankings

    ASU men's basketball, with several important returners and incoming freshman Marcus Bagley, is ranked No. 20 in Jon Rothstein's early NCAA rankings.
  • Pac-12 officiating has improved, despite complaints, commissioner says

    The Pac-12 believes it has made some strides in officiating. Larry Scott likes the changes and thinks basketball is in a good spot as well.
  • Former ASU WR Jaelen Strong rips the Texans’ Bill O’Brien

    Jaelen Strong didn't hold back after learning of what Texans coach Bill O'Brien allegedly told former Houston WR and new Arizona Cardinal DeAndre Hopkins.
  • Arizona State guard Elias Valtonen announces he’s leaving program

    Arizona State sophomore guard Elias Valtonen announced Tuesday on social media that he is leaving the program.
  • Recruiting: No National Letter of Intent signings for at least 1 month

    College prospects won't be allowed to sign National Letters of Intent for at least a month as the recruitment dead period is in place.
  • Broadcaster Dave Pasch offers to help Phoenix families with lost income

    ESPN's Dave Pasch is seeing a loss of work hours first-hand with the cancellation of NCAA Tournaments. He's offering financial help to others in need.
  • Selection sadness: NCAA decides against releasing tournament brackets

    The NCAA will not be releasing the brackets for what would have been the 2020 NCAA Tournament, the committee announced Sunday.
  • Pac-12 cancels all sports for remainder of 2019-20 school year

    The Pac-12 announced that all conference sporting events will be canceled for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year.

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