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Big 12 Football Media Days open new world for Sun Devil Athletics

ASU’s move from the Pac-12 to the Big 12 was announced in August 2023, but it became real when the conference gathered for a two-day media extravaganza in Las Vegas.
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ASU begins its inaugural season in the Big 12 and brings with it a history that includes 148 national championships.

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Graham Rossini's fascination with ASU began with a rookie card of Braves outfielder and ASU alum Mike Kelly when Rossini was 11.

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Sun Devil Athletics by the numbers: A look back at the 2023–24 season

With the 2024–25 season — and Arizona State University's entrance to the Big 12 — right around the corner, here's a quick look back at the 2023–24 season.

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Students calculate the carbon costs of Power Five shakeup

Recent changes to football conference alignments will increase carbon emissions, but ASU computer science students and athletes will combine power to find solutions.

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How sports analytics is changing the game

Have you ever wondered why your favorite basketball team loses season after season? Or why other teams perform well? It may come down to statistical analysis. This playoff season, ASU expert Daniel McIntosh explains how sports analytics has shaped the game of basketball.

Former ASU player and coach Larry Kentera at his 100th birthday celebration

Sun Devil strong: Former football player, coach celebrates 100th birthday

Former ASU football player and assistant coach Larry Kentera was feted at his 100th birthday party by a who's who of Sun Devil football greats.

Media portrait of ASU gymnast and outstanding CISA graduate student Hannah Scharf

Sticking the landing: Gym Devil standout finishes five-year ASU career with Outstanding Graduate honors

ASU gymnastics standout Hannah Scharf, who completed the Master of Science in organizational leadership in the School of Applied Professional Studies during her final year of NCAA eligibility, is being recognized as the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts' Outstanding Graduate for spring 2024.

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ASU Law grad takes sports dreams to the legal field

Watching his uncle work as an entertainment lawyer and hearing his stories turned Kurt Russell onto a path that let him to ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. He's the school’s Spring 2024 University Outstanding Graduate with concurrent JD and Master of Sports Law and Business degrees.

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