Posted April 22, 2012 on
With spring camp officially in the rearview mirror, the Arizona State football team can now look forward to August’s fall camp. Perhaps no other player on the team is more excited for the arrival of two-a-days than senior linebacker Brandon Magee. After missing all of last year with an Achilles injury, a nearly fully recovered Magee is eager to lead the Sun Devils in 2012.
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TEMPE, Ariz. The biggest take-away from the Arizona State football team's spring game on Saturday at Sun Devil Stadium?
That cloth canopy can't come soon enough.
With temperatures soaring over 100 degrees in Tempe, the Sun Devils wrapped up their first official practice session under new coach Todd Graham with a smoking-hot offense before 5,142 shade-seeking fans.
Mocking the Draft and Pro football zone writer Damond Talbot, was able to get the inside story on the troubled linebacker Vontaze Burfict of Arizona State. Vontaze has had to really fight through tons of bad publicity this year, but maybe his checkered past has played a part in his outbursts. Make sure to check out Part 1 of the All Eyez on Me, Vontaze Burfict Story and tomorrow’s...
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- The 19th-ranked Arizona State baseball team lost 9-5 on Sunday as No. 8 Stanford completed a three-game series sweep at Sunken Diamond.
James McDonald fell a home run short of the cycle and led the team with three RBIs, giving him seven total in the past four games. Andrew Aplin went 3 for 4 with a pair of runs scored.
The Sun Devils (24-16, 9-9...
Congratulations to the participants of the 8th annual Pat Tillman run in Tempe, Arizona honoring former Arizona State University and Arizona Cardinal standout Pat Tillman. Tillman was killed in Afghanistan on April 22, 2004 by friendly fire and his death was covered up in cowardly fashion by the country and government that he so unselfishly served.
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Scout.com caught up with Arizona State quarterback Michael Bercovici after the Sun Devils' Spring Game on Saturday afternoon.
STANFORD - Sometimes, being wrong is great. Arizona State entered the weekend playing markedly better baseball than Stanford, and many thought, The Bootleg included, that the Sun Devils would win the weekend series.
The first spring camp of the Coach Graham era came to an end Saturday afternoon as the team participated in its annual spring game at Sun Devil Stadium. Fans brave enough to bear the scorching sun were treated to a high scoring contest as the offense tallied 837 total yards and producing seven touchdowns, as the new high-octane Arizona State attack was in full force.
Tustin (Calif.) linebacker Marshaun Daniel recaps his unofficial visit to Arizona State.
Arizona State is at the top of the list for Tustin (Calif.) athlete Terence Martinez, who took an unofficial visit to Tempe this past weekend.