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Devil Dish: March 22

The real killer, of course, was Kansas falling from its top spot in the tourney to ninth-seeded Northern Iowa in the second round.

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ASU earns No. 1 seed in NIT

There was no Selection Sunday miracle or invitation to the Big Dance, so ASU accepted an invitation to the National Invitation Tournament Sunday evening.

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PUSH HIM BACK: Senior guard Derek Glasser attempts to lay the ball up over UCLA freshman Tyler Honeycutt last week. (Photo by Scott Stuk)

Sun Devils aiming to leave no doubt at Pac-10 Tournament

“As the higher seed in the evening session, Arizona State earned the right to extra recovery time should it advance to Friday’s semifinal,” the conference said in a released statement. “With one less play-in game in this year’s tournament, the Conference determined that the adjustment to the bracket was necessary for this year.”

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Iverson is consistently a paradox

"Never has a player more important, as has been purported throughout his career, put his commitment to the team in question by partying more. But never has a player sacrificed his body by playing through injury or played harder."

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The State Press

Devil Dish - March 9

"What Sendek has built in just four years at ASU is simply amazing. There is nobody that I want leading the men’s basketball program other than Sendek."

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ASU basketball seniors

Profile of ASU Basketball's Seniors. Derek Glasser, Jerren Shipp, and Eric Boateng sit down with State Press during Senior Day. The Sun Devils took on Pac-10 nemesis the UCLA Bruins at Wells Fargo Arena..

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