EUGENE, Ore -- In reality, the last Sun Devil offensive play of the game didn’t mean all that much.
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But the senior defensive end is quite the opposite on the field. He’s got a motor that won’t quit.
Common thought dictates every play begins with the quarterback.
I love the new ASU football uniforms.
An impressive showing for all the wrong and right reasons.
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The storyline is played out.
Not because the No. 25 Sun Devils don’t have any playmakers.
Southern California had already made one double-digit comeback Saturday.
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He had been sacked just once in two games heading into Illinois.
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