SUN DEVIL COUNTRY HISTORY: The ChuckboxApr 30, 2015 - 11:08 am - My memories of going to ASU in the '80s are hazy. I majored in Graphic Design, so I spent a lot of time in the Art Building, which is just south of University on Forest, or if you really know the campus, right near the Chuckbox. For those of you less familiar with the lay of the land, Forest is two blocks east of Mill Avenue.
Everyone has their favorite restaurants from when they were in colleg***
How Arizona State University Became the Sun DevilsApr 26, 2015 - 09:20 am -
If you attended Arizona State College (now Arizona State University) in 1946, you may have had mixed feelings about the new name, the Sun Devils, and mascot, Sparky. For decades the team, and mascot, had been the Bulldogs. Of course the school colors had been Maroon and Gold since 1898, when the teams had been called the Normals, after the original name of the school, the Tempe Normal School (***
No. 23 ASU Softball: State of the Season Going Into Utah Series This WeekendApr 24, 2015 - 10:43 am -
At 29-16 and ranked No. 23rd in the nation, ASU Softball has held steady during the tenuous Pac-12 season. ASU has won three of the five series’ against California, Arizona and Oregon State, split with Washington in weather-shortened series and losing three times to a 2nd ranked Oregon team. While there’s no Dallas Escobedo or Katie Burkhart to lean on in tough times anymore, the Sun Devil***
University Colors: How Long Have the Arizona State Shades Been Maroon and Gold?Apr 22, 2015 - 02:49 pm - 1974 Arizona State Football dawns the Maroon & Gold
If you're a true Sun Devil, you bleed Maroon and Gold. And if you know the history of Arizona State University, you know that ASU has only been the Sun Devils since 1946, when it was Arizona State College.
Before that, when it was the Tempe Teacher's College, they were the Bulldogs (after Pete the Bulldog), and before that, the Normals. R***
True Sun Devil Down to Your Core? Then You Should Know About Petey the BulldogApr 19, 2015 - 10:48 am - A few years ago, about the time I started posting old photos of Phoenix on a Google+ page, a new logo was designed for my school, Arizona State University. It was a pitchfork, a simplification of the Sun Devil *Sparky* mascot that was adopted in 1948, and which had been created by former Disney animator Berk Anthony.
All of this got me wondering how the old-timers reacted to the changes in the***
#5 ASU Baseball: Fan Update Heading into Weekend Series vs. ArizonaApr 07, 2015 - 12:07 pm - Greetings, Sun Devils. Here's what you want to know about ASU Baseball today.
After taking two of three games from Utah this weekend, the Sun Devils improved their record to 21-8 and 9-3 in the Pac-12. As for the Conference lead, ASU is currently one game behind UCLA (23-6 overall).
Freshman, Andrew Snow
USC, who just swept a 3-game series in Tucson, is percentag***
Highest Ranked Pac-12 Sun Devils Look Promising as They Open Series with StanfordMar 27, 2015 - 12:32 pm - This Weekend
2015 ASU Baseball
According to D1Baseball.com, ASU Baseball has played the second toughest schedule in the nation so far, earning wins against some of the top teams early in the season. The Sun Devils are currently 15-7 and ranked 6th in the nation, making ASU the highest ranked Pac-12 team. On their heels is #7 UCLA and #9 USC.
After taking 2 of 3 games from both Oregon Sta***
TRIBUTE to the IRISH: Epic Video of ASU Victory Over Notre DameMar 17, 2015 - 10:12 am - The #9 Arizona State University Sun Devil's played the #10 Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Sun Devil Stadium. With National Championship implications and global television coverage, there was a lot riding on the line for our Sun Devils.***
Sun Devil for Life, Bo Moos: The DieHard InterviewMar 14, 2015 - 03:00 pm - Bo Moos began his career at Arizona State as a redshirt freshman in 2007, and finished five years with the program in 2011, the length of Dennis Erickson's tenure in Tempe. A late bloomer, Moos became a steady lineman for the Sun Devils, making 16 starts in 34 games.
Bo Moos, DL 2007-2011
Despite lacking the raw athleticism of former position players like Mike Pollak and Paul Fanaika, Moos ***
Unbroken Amber Freeman: Senior Catcher One of the Best in ASU Softball HistoryFeb 15, 2015 - 01:44 pm - The great ones are different. They're wired differently, in a way that allows them to achieve greatness, despite unremitting hitches.
The great ones don’t give up when they dislocate a hip at the age of 11 and are encouraged to play through pain for nearly a year before a diagnosis requiring a three-inch screw to be inserted into their femur.
The great ones don’t give up when they part***