Found November 29, 2012 on
Fox Sports Arizona:
By the numbers, Arizona State running back Marion Grice had his best game of the season against rival Arizona last week. His 156 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries were more than enough to earn him game MVP honors, as chosen by the attending media.
Grice, though, says he is just getting started.
"I feel like I can play a better game than the one I played," Grice said. "I can take that game and basically get better from it. I was excited about (being MVP) and everything, and I feel like it was my best game this year, but I feel I need better games than that. I need to push myself and keep working harder."
"That was just the beginning. There's more to come."
With a successful first season at ASU after transferring from Blinn (Texas) Community College, Grice is positioned for even bigger things next season, and coaches believe his full talent is just beginning to show.
"He's just scratching the surface," ASU running backs coach...
BEST OF MAXIM
The honors keep rolling in for Arizona State defensive tackle Will Sutton, as the junior was named to the 2012 American Football Coaches Association All-America Team on Wednesday.
The honor comes two days after Sutton won the Pac-12 Conference's Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year award. Sutton is ASU's first All-American since defensive end Terrell Suggs in 2002 and...
TEMPE, Ariz. Somewhat lost in Jahii Carsons strong early run has been the play of sidekick Carrick Felix.
The two have played together since being AAU teammates years ago, and Felix has proven a productive complement to distributor Carson in the open-court game Arizona State wants to play this season.
Even when the game slowed appreciably Wednesday, when Arkansas-Pine Bluff ran...
With Arkansas in the midst of a head coaching search, Razorbacks’ pledge Khari Harding is exploring other possibilities. One school that came calling this week on the Edmond (Okla.) safety is Arizona State, and Harding told Devils Digest that his visit with Sun Devils’ Defensive Coordinator Paul Randolph was a very informative and enjoyable experience.
Following a 7-5 finish, Devils Digest's Hod Rabino reviews Arizona State's regular season and looks to the future.
Tonight’s contest was surely not a thing of beauty, but the early season good vibrations continued for Arizona State on Wednesday as the Sun Devils use a 17-0 run in the second half to defeat Arkansas-Pine Bluff 67-54 at Wells Fargo Arena and improve to 5-1 on the season.
The game that would make or break the 2012 season came and went with the dramatic flair we all thought it might entail. History has shown the matchup between Arizona State and Arizona has always been a game that no matter what the records of each team were, would go down as one to remember, as the Sun Devils win 41-34.