Hard fought win After a double-digit loss to Colorado on Friday night, Arizona State forward Jalen Graham acknowledged the pandemic-related delay from late December to mid-January had impacted the team’s play on the court, but maintained he was not using any crutch to explain away poor performance.
Heading into 2022, Arizona State's most discussed position group of concern is the offensive line. The unit, losing three starters that helped pave the way for one of the Pac-12's top rushing offenses, now see the likes of center Dohnovan West, tackle Kellen Diesch and guard Henry Hattis out of the starting lineup moving forward.
Arizona State's quarterback situation just got increasingly more intriguing. Sunday saw the Sun Devils gain the commitment of transfer portal quarterback Paul Tyson, who has spent the past three seasons at Alabama. The Crimson Tide quarterback has seen minimal action since originally arriving in 2019 as a freshman.
The Arizona State Sun Devils added to the quarterback room on Sunday, picking up a commitment from Alabama transfer Paul Tyson. Tyson, the great-grandson of legendary Alabama coach Paul “Bear” Bryant, served as the the backup to Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young, the Crimson Tide’s signal caller.
Another option behind center The Sun Devils have continued to work the transfer portal to fill out their roster for the 2022 season. On Sunday, quarterback Paul Tyson announced his commitment to Arizona State.
On Sunday, the Arizona State Sun Devils saw another addition from the transfer portal, this time at coming at the quarterback position. Alabama quarterback Paul Tyson announced on his Twitter his decision to commit to Arizona State.
Bobby Hurley didn't mince his words after Arizona State's 75-57 loss on Saturday night. "The guys, I think they wanted to play, they were juiced about playing because it's been so long," the Sun Devils' head coach said.
It wasn't the return anybody in Tempe had hoped for. The Arizona State Sun Devils dropped their first game in 13 days after battling COVID in a 75-57 loss to Colorado. The Buffaloes dropped ASU to an overall record of 5-9, going 1-3 in Pac-12 play.
TEMPE — The Arizona State Sun Devils took the hardwood for the first time since Jan. 2 on Saturday night against the Colorado Buffaloes. After a power outage canceled one game and COVID-19 postponed four more, ASU was also playing at Desert Financial Arena for the first time since Dec.
Going to need to warm up For the first time in almost a month, Arizona State men’s basketball was played in Desert Financial Arena after a myriad of reasons ranging from pandemic-related to power outages caused delay after delay.
The Arizona State Sun Devils are still searching for their first win in over a calendar month. Despite a strong first half, the Sun Devils found themselves on the losing end of things after the halftime buzzer.
Since a Dec. 19 loss to San Francisco, the Arizona State Sun Devils have played only one game on the hardwood thanks to COVID impacting schools across the Pac-12 conference, including themselves. ASU's most recent slate of games, contests against Arizona, UCLA and Utah, were postponed due to a breakout within Arizona State's program.
The Arizona State Sun Devils are hiring Missouri’s Aaron Fletcher as the team’s new defensive backs coach, according to The Athletic’s Doug Haller. Fletcher takes the role that was originally held by Chris Dawkins, who was placed on administrative leave while the NCAA’s investigation into ASU took place.
Over the summer, Arizona State placed three assistant coaches on paid administrative leave for their involvement in alleged recruiting allegations that took place in 2020, one of which being defensive backs coach Chris Hawkins. Hawkins was placed on leave Aug.
Playing Basketball Things look to be trending the right direction for Arizona State men’s basketball. The Pac-12 Conference announced a handful of rescheduled games on Wednesday including a pair of tilts including the Sun Devils.
The Arizona State men’s basketball team has rescheduled two games that were postponed due to COVID-19, the school announced Wednesday. After Thursday’s originally scheduled contest was postponed because of the virus within the Sun Devils’ program, ASU will now be tipping off against the Utah Utes at Desert Financial Arena on Monday at 2 p.m.