ARIZONA STATE FOOTBALL
ASU football without LG LaDarius Henderson vs. Stanford
Oct 22, 2022, 1:14 PM | Updated: 5:58 pm
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Arizona State shuffled its offensive line with senior left guard LaDarius Henderson out with a finger injury in Saturday’s 15-14 loss to the Stanford Cardinal.
Right guard Chris Martinez moved over to the left side as a veteran replacement of Henderson.
Des Holmes was back after missing Week 6 and slid from right tackle to right guard, while Emmit Bohle started at right tackle for the second straight game.
Henderson had not missed a contest this season, but Ben Bray took over for Henderson in the second half against Washington in Week 6.
Interim head coach Shaun Aguano said earlier this week Henderson probably would not play Saturday.
The defensive line, meanwhile, got depth back this week as starters Anthonie Cooper and Omarr Norman-Lott were in action.
B.J. Green, though, missed the first half due to a targeting ejection against Washington. Green had five sacks last season and 0.5 so far in 2022.
On the other side, Stanford wide receiver and team captain Michael Wilson was out.
Arizona State visits Colorado next Saturday at 4:30 p.m.