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  • 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.
  • Reports: Pac-12 to move football, fall sports to conference-only

    The Pac-12 is expected to plan for a conference-only fall sports schedule for the 2020 season, reported The Athletic's Nicole Auerbach.
  • Sun Devil Football to wear A Mountain gloves in 2020 season

    Sun Devil Football's gloves in 2020 will feature imagery of Tempe Butte, also known as A Mountain, a landmark near campus.
  • 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.
  • Arizona State RB A.J. Carter enters transfer portal, per report

    With two four-star running backs ready to compete for snaps, Arizona State sophomore RB A.J. Carter has entered the transfer portal.
  • Herm Edwards calls for conversation, diversity amid racial injustice

    Arizona State football coach Herm Edwards spoke to Pac-12 Networks about diversity, racial justice and more following the death of George Floyd.
  • Herm Edwards wants to build ASU’s team around QB Jayden Daniels

    Arizona State football head coach Herm Edwards isn't going to mess around or be too patient with giving his now-sophomore quarterback Jayden Daniels the keys.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Power shifting from coaches to players across college football

    Already, we’ve seen player uprisings at Iowa, Florida State and Oklahoma State. True colors are beginning to matter to college athletes.