Posted October 14, 2013 on
Among the local prospects frequenting Arizona State’s home games this year, one may say that Higley High School offensive lineman Quinn Bailey has been a permanent fixture. Devils Digest caught up with Bailey to talk about his recruitment with the Sun Devils, his potential official visits and timetable for a decision.
BEST OF MAXIM
Taylor Kelly accounted for three touchdowns and Marion Grice ran for two more in a dominating first half, leading Arizona State to a 54-13 rout over listless Colorado on Saturday night.
Arizona State (4-2, 2-1 Pac-12) wanted to make a statement after a tough stretch in the schedule and did just that, overwhelming the Buffaloes with 25 points in the game's first 11 minutes.
Much was talked about the gauntlet of games to begin Arizona State’s season and the quality of opponents that the Sun Devils would face. Now, just two weeks removed from that four-game stretch and coming off of a dominant performance against Colorado, Arizona State will go up against yet another daunting task as they welcome No. 20 Washington to Sun Devil Stadium.
Arizona State is pulling away from Colorado with 9:48 left in the second quarter. Colorado is looking forward to the night being over already with the current score of 40-6
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The Sun Devils have put together a very nice recruiting class headlined by one of the region's top quarterbacks. They're far from finished as well and are trying hard to build a fence around the state this year to keep as much homegrown talent from leaving.
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Devils Digest's Jamie Purvis and Hod Rabino discuss Arizona State's 54-13 win over Colorado
Washington (4-2 overall, 1-2 Pac-12) will try to snap a two-game skid when the Dawgs head to Tempe for a 3:00 p.m. game Saturday vs. Arizona State (4-2, 2-1) at Sun Devil Stadium (Pac-12 Networks). The Huskies remained in both national polls despite the back-to-back defeats. They are currently No. 20 in the AP Top 25 and No. 25 in the coaches’ poll. ASU is receiving votes in both.