Posted October 05, 2011 on arizonastate.scout.com
Not that ASU is the picture of health going into this week’s game versus Utah, but the Utes are probably hurting even more with their starting QB sidelined. How can Utah compensate for the loss of Jordan Wynn? What challenges do they still pose for ASU? Devils Digest invited InsidetheUtes.com Publisher Brian Swinney to answer those questions and others by ASU fans on the Sun Devils’ next opponent.
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