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Arizona State Sun Devils

  • Big Ten to play conference-only schedule for all fall sports in 2020

    The Big Ten is expected to announce that it will go to a conference-only schedule model for the 2020 season because of coronavirus.
  • Coronavirus in sports: Royals’ manager Mike Matheny had COVID-19

    We're tracking coronavirus' outbreak within the sports world as the virus threatens the health and safety of people around the world.
  • Coronavirus cancellation timeline: MLB cancels All-Star Game

    Here's a look at everything that's transpired and all things impacted by the coronavirus this week in the sports landscape.
  • ASU athletics, Bonneville Phoenix extend partnership through 2025

    Sun Devil Athletics and Sun Devil Partnerships announced a five-year extension with Bonneville Phoenix for football and men's basketball broadcasts.
  • Ukrainian F Pavlo Dziuba commits to Arizona State basketball

    Arizona State earned a commitment from Ukranian power forward Pavlo Dziuba on Wednesday. He is the fourth member of the team's 2020 recruiting class.
  • ASU product Luguentz Dort signs multi-year deal with Thunder

    Arizona State product and rookie guard Luguentz Dort signed a multi-year agreement with the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday.
  • Cade Cunningham, top hoops recruit, remains committed to Oklahoma State

    Cade Cunningham, one of the nation's top recruits, has chosen to remain at Oklahoma State despite the program being banned from the 2021 postseason.
  • Stadium grades AD Ray Anderson’s big hires at Arizona State

    Stadium's Jeff Goodman and Brett McMurphy believe ASU vice president for university athletics Ray Anderson is one of the best ADs in the Pac-12.
  • Sen. Rubio introduces bill for NCAA player profits, Pac-12 responds

    Marco Rubio introduced a bill that would protect the NCAA from being sued if it changes its rules to allow athletes to earn money for endorsement deals.
  • Byron Scott receives ASU degree 37 years after leaving for NBA

    Arizona State basketball legend Byron Scott won't get to formally walk until December, but he's finally a Sun Devil graduate.