Nick Kelly relishing in starting role

The Sun Devils will have a new leader on the offensive line this season, and that well could be 6-2 296-pound center Nick Kelly. The Sacramento American River Junior College transfer is projected to be the starting center for Arizona State, and under the tutelage of outgoing senior Kody Koebensky he was able to prepare for all that the 2014 season will entail.
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Koebensky, Devils still with more to prove

As the Sun Devils and Wildcats prepare to renew their rivalry on the gridiron this Saturday in the latest version of the Duel in the Desert, the stakes at an all-time high. Even after winning the Pac-12 South last Saturday with Arizona State's victory over UCLA at the Rose Bowl, senior center Kody Koebensky has one thing on his mind this week and that's keeping the Territorial...
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November 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Arizona State center trips during intros, gets trampled by teammates

The Arizona State Sun Devils Kody Koebensky was running onto the field during introductions when he fell onto the field.  Because of the all the smoke, his teammates couldn’t see him on the ground and he was literally trampled by his teammates as they ran onto the field. [YouTube]
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September 10, 2013  |  Discuss

ASU player trips during entrance, gets run over by teammates (video)

The only way the entrance made by Arizona State Sun Devils center Kody Koebensky before the team’s game last Thursday could have gone any worse is if … um, well, it was pretty terrible. Maybe if someone had died? After Koebensky takes his tumble, with all the smoke and chaos and players looking straight ahead […]The post ASU player trips during entrance, gets run over by teammates...
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September 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: Arizona State lineman gets trampled by teammates while running onto field

Arizona State Sun Devils lineman Kody Koebensky took a beating before last Thursday's home opener against Sacramento State even began. And the opposition had nothing to do with it. Seen here is Koebensky tripping, falling, and then getting trampled by his teammates as the Sun Devils made their grand entrance onto the field. Given the circumstances, one might be led to believe...
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September 09, 2013  |  Discuss

ASU football entrance gone wrong

Kody Koebensky is a graduate student and starting center for the Arizona State football team, starting his fifth year in the program. So taking the field at Sun Devil Stadium should be old hat. Except it wasn't during Thursday's season-opener at Sun Devil Stadium. As Koebensky exited the tunnel and ran onto the turf -- with the traditional manufactured fog and the school...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
September 09, 2013  |  Discuss

DevilsDigest TV: Kody Koebensky

One aspect that should not be overlooked in the offensive explosion the Sun Devils have displayed in the first two weeks of the season is the play of ASU’s front five. One player from that group who these days is receiving much praise from ASU’s Head Coach Todd Graham, is Kody Koebensky who talked to Devils Digest’s about his play thus far and the challenge that awaits the team at Missouri .
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September 12, 2012  |  Discuss

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