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Bringing their 'A' game

Students spend nights protecting ASU icon on 'A' Mountain from Wildcat shenanigans


Students camp out to protect the A on "A" Mountain
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November 20, 2015

The Territorial Cup game turns up the heat on the Arizona State University-University of Arizona rivalry each year, and this year is no exception.

The week leading up to the big rivalry football game often features various pranks by opposing students, such as this one highlighted in the news this week.

And lest any wily Wildcats try to paint the "A" on "A" Mountain something other than Sun Devil Gold, a group of ASU students are camping out each night to protect the Tempe icon. Watch them here.

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