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Knee jerk reactions and spring game hysteria are typical during post-spring football. However, in mid-March through April 13, lessons were learned and players separated themselves quite often.
It took all but one pass play for Sun Devil fans at the spring game to see both the hope and uncertainty the future holds for ASU football.
With the ASU football spring game just three days away, coach Herm Edwards opted for a practice change.
A former tight end, an ex-San Diego State defensive coordinator and an esteemed linebacker recovering from a torn ACL walk onto the field. What sounds like the start of a hysterical sports joke is actually what sets this ASU football defense apart.
Nasty. Swagalicious. Just a couple words players used to describe the Sun Devils' new defensive scheme, which includes a starting spot for senior linebacker Jay Jay Wilson.
A culture shift and alterations to practice regiments are common under any new football coach hire. However, head coach Herm Edwards has substantially modified the dynamic of Sun Devil football in just a handful of months.
ASU fans were given a promising sound of confidence from the latest Spring football practice on Thursday from redshirt sophomore cornerback Chase Lucas.
The second week of ASU football practice started off with a scare as redshirt junior wide receiver John Humphrey went down in what appeared to be a non-contact injury.
Down 58-56, as the last five seconds in the game ticked away, senior guard Shannon Evans II had a look at the basket from in-between the left corner and left wing that three-point specialists crave. Nevertheless, the game-winning triple clanked off the rim as less than a second remained on the clock.
The hype surrounding ASU men’s basketball entering the NCAA Tournament is well documented.
ASU men’s basketball is going dancing for the first time since 2014. The selection committee gave the Sun Devils an at-large bid for the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
It took 67 days. ASU men’s basketball devolved from the No. 3 team in the country with endless national spotlight to a team exiting its conference tournament in the first round.
The college basketball postseason is officially underway, and that means ASU men’s basketball is preparing for the Pac-12 Tournament that begins on Wednesday, Mar. 7. The No. 9 seeded Sun Devils will duke it out with the No. 8 seeded Colorado Buffaloes on Wednesday.
An emotional senior day for ASU men’s basketball met a fork in the road with five seconds left in a meeting with the Stanford Cardinal – the Sun Devils lost 84-83.
The saying goes that speed kills, and in the case of ASU men’s basketball – speed scores.
ASU men’s basketball had a clear path to a top-four seed in the upcoming Pac-12 tournament. But despite an opportunity to knock off its toughest remaining opponent, the Sun Devils were unable to shoot their way out of a 75-68 loss to the Oregon Ducks.
After a bizarre contract dispute led to Bobby Hurley's exit at the University at Buffalo about three years ago, ASU men’s basketball was quick to swoop up the former Duke basketball star to lead the maroon and gold.
Scoring is the same from the little league level all the way up to the professional level. Recreational soccer awards one point for a goal, and the same goes for MLS. Similar scoring schemas can be found for basketball, baseball and most other sports, but co-recreational leagues are different.
Throughout the duration of conference play, ASU men’s basketball has shot itself in the foot with an inability to defend big men. This year’s second round of the Territorial Cup game was no different as freshman forward Deandre Ayton, an NBA prospect, piled up 25 points and 16 rebounds.