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Arizona State Sun Devils
Marquette Golden Eagles
Iowa State Cyclones
Long Beach State 49ers
Coach: Herb Sendek (6 seasons at ASU 98-96) Overall 352-254, 19 years
2011-12: Record 10-21 overall, 6-12 in Pac 12 ( 10th)
Starters Returning (3) Carrick Felix, Chris Colvin, , Jonathan Gilling
Preseason Tournament: Las Vegas Invitational
Top Non-Conference Games: None
Transfer In: Richie Edwards (Valparaiso)
Transfer Out: Trent Lockett (Marquette – eligible immediately); Kyle Cain (UNC Greensboro); Chanse Creekmur (Iowa State – football); Keala King (Long Beach State)
Sat out: Jahii Carson (Grades); Evan Gordon (Liberty), Bo Barnes (Hawaii)
It was another rough season for Herb Sendek and the Arizona State Sun Devils. The Sun Devils haven’t won anything postseason games since James Harden left town. The Sun Devils are a combined 10-30 in Pac 12 the past two seasons. Once again they were hurt by players transferring out of the program (4). The good news ASU bring backs 3 players that started most of the games last season and some more that got a start here and there.
BEST OF MAXIM
With five Sun Devil players scoring in the double-digits for the second game in a row, the Arizona State men’s basketball team defeated Florida A&M 97-70 Sunday afternoon at Wells Fargo Arena improving to 2-0 for the first time since the 2009-2010 season. This win also marked the third largest offensive output for an ASU team under Herb Sendek.
It's rivalry week as Arizona will face Arizona State on Friday. Read on for an initial look at the Sun Devils.
Quarterbacks Taylor Kelly and Michael Eubank accounted for six touchdowns Saturday, and Arizona State became bowl eligible with a 46-7 rout over Washington State that ended the Sun Devils' four-game losing streak.
Kelly threw for four touchdowns and Eubank had one each on the ground and through the air for the Sun Devils (6-5, 4-4 Pac-12), who piled up 561 yards of offense....
Fresno (Calif.) Central defensive back L.J Moore took an unofficial visit to Arizona State over the weekend and said he really enjoyed his time in Tempe.
The Arizona State Sun Devils were on a skid. After losing four games in a row it was clear the program was in for a slide in the South standings after starting out conference play on such a high note. Well, the Washington State Cougars came into Tempe and gave the Sun Devils exactly what they needed.. a BIG 46-7 win!
WHAT SHOULD COUGAR fans be on the lookout for on Saturday in the game at Arizona State? We asked that and more of the guy with his finger on the pulse of the Sun Devils -- Hod Rabino, the publisher of DevilsDigest.com. Here's the in-depth Q&A.
Saturday's showdown with Washington State may have marked the final farewell for a number of Sun Devil seniors as Arizona State played its final home game of the season, but perhaps more importantly, it marked a much welcomed change as ASU snapped its four game losing streak, defeating the Cougars 46-7 and became bowl eligible for the second consecutive season.
Arizona will wear all-red uniforms against Arizona State this coming weekend.
A look at the all-red uniforms that Arizona will wear this weekend
Mission Viejo (Calif.) offensive lineman Erik Bunte took an unofficial visit to Arizona State over the weekend and said he hopes to return for an official trip later in the year.
Devils Digest's Alissa Parten and Hod Rabino discuss Arizona State's 46-7 win over Washington State which made the Sun Devils bowl eligible
By his own admission, Lavon Hooks’ expectations from his Arizona State official trip were already very high, yet according the Northeast Mississippi Community College defensive lineman his experience this past weekend in Tempe was certainly up to par with those expectations.