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  1. What to watch in the Pac-12: Week 9

    Ted Miller

    Issues to consider heading into the ninth week of games. Barkley vs. Luck: Stanford's Andrew Luck is the best quarterback in college football, the Heisman Trophy favorite and is almost certain to go No. 1 overall in this spring's NFL draft. USC's ...

    Blog | October 27, 2011
  2. Weekend rewind: Pac-12

    Ted Miller

    Taking stock of the fourth week of games in the Pac-12. Team of the week: Arizona State ended an 11-game losing streak to USC with a 43-22 victory in front of an inspired home crowd. The win pushed the Sun Devils back into the national rankings an...

    Blog | September 26, 2011
  3. DE James Brooks leaves Sun Devils

    Ted Miller

    Arizona State is no longer in great shape at defensive end, as we rated the Sun Devils just 24 hours ago. James Brooks, a senior two-year starter at defensive end, has left the team for personal reasons, according to a school spokesperson. Broo...

    Blog | July 13, 2011
  4. Preseason position reviews: defensive end

    Ted Miller

    The best way to neutralize the impressive quarterback talent in the Pac-10 this fall is to get someone in their faces as much as possible. That's what pass-rushing defensive ends do, and there is a solid cast of them coming back. Even the two team...

    Blog | August 02, 2010
  5. Tuitea leads Sun Devils in weight room

    Ted Miller

    Arizona State's Toa Tuitea, a sophomore defensive tackle, has been named the Sun Devils' "Hard Hat Program Champion," which recognizes his work in the football program's strength and conditioning program. He topped a list of 48 Sun Devils who were...

    Blog | May 17, 2010
  6. Spring breakout players

    Ted Miller

    Every spring, a handful of players make names for themselves. Here are pairs for each Pac-10 team -- one on offense and one on defense -- who should make names for themselves into the fall. Arizona FB Taimi Tutogi: The sophomore can play fullba...

    Blog | May 04, 2010