One of the positive signs for Arizona State for the final third of the season is that running back Cameron Marshall says he's as healthy as he has been all season.
Marshall has forged ahead most of the season on a bum ankle, often missing practice during the week but always showing up for games. A recent bye allowed the ankle to get stronger, and Marshall responded last week with 15 carries for 114 yards and three touchdowns vs. Colorado.
There has been a lot of pressure on Marshall to produce because expected second-stringer Deantre Lewis is redshirting while he rehabs injuries suffered in a February shooting.
"Having Cameron hurt all year has not only hurt Cameron, but it has hurt us a little bit," said quarterback Brock Osweiler.
"Cameron has fought through it every single week. He's gone out there and played his heart out but now, just to have him healthy really gives him that extra gear that maybe he hadn't had prior to this game.
"It's hard to tell because Cameron's a wa...