Found April 19, 2014 on Fox Sports Arizona:
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Arizona State quarterback Taylor Kelly and his fellow maroon-clad teammates will be eating steaks, while their gold opponents will be relegated to tuna fish sandwiches. Those were the spoils of Saturday's new split-squad-format spring game, which Kelly's maroon squad won 29-23 to wrap up spring practice and send the Sun Devils into the offseason. "Good day today," ASU coach Todd Graham said. "We've got a lot of things we need to work on, but I was very pleased with the competition. I love this team, love the character. We had a great spring, and our program is about one thing, and that's winning championships." ASU took some key first steps this spring toward adding another championship under Graham after winning the Pac-12 South last season. With 13 starters departed, the 15 spring practices gave the Sun Devils the opportunity to evaluate their returning talent and start to lay the groundwork for the fall. The culmination of those...
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