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Arizona State lost to No. 3 Oregon on Thursday night, and it wasn't even close. The Ducks dominated every facet, led by 36 points after 19 minutes of play and left the Sun Devils lost amid injuries and mistakes in a 43-21 blowout.
ASU now must regroup for a big game against UCLA next Saturday. A win would make the Devils bowl eligible, provide a nice boost of confidence after...
With last Thursday's humbling loss to Oregon officially in their rearview, the Sun Devils began their weekly preparation for division foe UCLA on Sunday. Despite dropping their first conference game of the season, ASU signal caller, Taylor Kelly, and his teammates remain confident and are eagerly looking for the chance to redeem themselves on Saturday while remaining atop the Pac-12 South.
The Sun Devils’ 43-21 loss to the Ducks naturally didn't produce many positive outcomes. Nonetheless, one if its most coveted recruits, tight end Beau Sandland, who was in attendance for that contest was able to put that defeat in its proper perspective as it relates to his recruitment by ASU.
Oregon Defensive Coordinator Nick Aliotti discusses the Ducks 43-21 win over Arizona State on Oct. 18, 2012 at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz.
Oregon blew out Arizona State last night, and there were a few things about the blow out that should be encouraging for UCLA fans next week...
This is a bit of a departure for me. Not because I’m not used to writing about ASU. I’m just not used to not writing for ASU. Rubs hands together here goes nothing! Alright, if any of you saw last night, the Arizona State Sun Devils got straight up embarrassed in their most hyped up home The post I Love My… Devils appeared first on No Coast Bias.
Following Oregon's 43-21 win over Arizona State on Oct. 18, 2012 in Tempe, Arizona, Oregon Offensive Coordinator Mark Helfrich responds to media questions.