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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.
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TEMPE, Ariz. -- An early morning prank Thursday turned anArizona State landmark green as the Sun Devils prepared to face Oregon onnational television Thursday night.A butte next to Sun Devil Stadium bears a giant concrete 'A'that is typically painted gold but was colored black for ASU's annual"blackout" game. Sometime Thursday morning, the 60-foot-tall '...
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An overnight prank has forced an Arizona State University landmark to go green.
The Arizona Republic (http://bit.ly/XtzxIN ) reports the giant A on ''A'' Mountain in Tempe near Sun Devil Stadium was painted green sometime early Thursday morning.
Students attribute the prank to University of Oregon fans. The two schools are scheduled to face off in a football game...
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So, Oregon fans, knowing where the home game is played, took their pride to the mountain top (literally) this morning to paint their colors over the "A"...
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