ASU football’s trio of disruptive tacklers has turned heads at practice, but the three have yet to start and finish a full game together throughout their time at ASU. With a new season underway in the coming weeks, three roommates look to lead ASU to a Pac-12 title.
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Despite fans usually coming to Sun Devil Stadium for the offense and defense, this season the forgotten side of the ball may matter more than they realize.
Throughout ASU football’s Camp Tontozona it has seemingly been all about the quarterbacks, running backs and pass rushers, but today it was the wide receivers who turned heads.
Despite the quarterback competition among redshirt-sophomore Blake Barnett and redshirt-junior Manny Wilkins, the Sun Devils are taking a run-first approach.
ASU football loses another defender as junior cornerback Kareem Orr transfers to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Athletics are instrumental to any university, and ASU is no exception.
Many collegiate athletes look forward to a break after a season of countless hours of strenuous work both in and out of the pool.
ASU football's defense was eager to show off its improvement, and the unit did just that at its annual spring game Saturday in Tempe.
Jacom Brimhall always loved the game of football, he just wasn't sure it would love him back.
With ASU’s football practices coming to an end April 15, senior running back Demario Richard looks ready to rebound from his worst season yet.
ASU football began the countdown of its final two weeks of spring practice on Monday with six players whose participation was restricted at the Bill Kajikawa practice fields in Tempe.
ASU football returned to the Bill Kajikawa practice fields on Monday, and once again, all eyes were on the quarterbacks.
The 2016-17 season for the men and women’s swim and dive teams revolutionized the Sun Devil's program.
The ASU men's swim and dive team finished the final two days of the NCAA Championships with one the best performances in recent program history.
ASU practiced at Sun Devil Stadium Friday, rather than its usual Bill Kajikawa football practice fields, but the change in field did not affect the Sun Devils’ intensity.
The ASU men's swimming and diving team began its NCAA Championships on Wednesday. The Sun Devil relay teams have scored every point for ASU in the first two days of competition and the men have already surpassed the women by 12 points.
The 2017 women's NCAA swim and dive Championships began on Wednesday. ASU came into the first day of races with great effort, but ended up earning 29th place. This placement was not a result of little effort, but instead due to the fact that ASU may need some time before matching up with dominant swim programs.
The Pac-12 Championships for the ASU men’s swimming and diving team concluded with an unexpected performance, after it broke a school record on each day of competition. Now the team's focus has shifted to next week’s NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, Indiana.
ASU men's swim and dive is in the thick of the Pac-12 Championships in Federal Way, Washington. The team jumped out to a solid start on the first day of the competition, but an up-and-down day two leaves the Sun Devils with work left to do as the the weekend-long event continues.
Heading into days three and four of the 2017 Pac-12 Swimming and Diving Championships, the Sun Devils needed to swim faster and stronger than they had all season to make a strong finish.