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Five Sun Devils to watch for

Published: Thursday, Oct. 6 2011 11:46 a.m. MDT

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The transfer from Oregon has 25 catches for 375 yards and four touchdowns this year. The 5-foot-10 senior played two years in Eugene, where he had 40 catches for more than 400 yards before transferring to Tempe. Last year he caught 29 passes for 329 yards. This year against Missouri he had eight catches for a career-high 180 yards.
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Zona Zone
Mesa, AZ

Ah, yeah!!! Y'all can't handle the Devils!!!!!

Zona Zone
Mesa, AZ

Hey, Utes, when you are 0-3 are you going to be thinking, (A) We shouldn't have left the Mountain West, (B) Oh no! We're doomed to have a Washington State-like existence for the rest of our lives, (C) Man, that ASU unis are sweet! or (D) all of the above?

Hint: The answer is (D).

Rydub
LEHI, UT

Oh look its an Arizona State fan. nice to see you guys still exist after not accomplishing anything in as long as i can remember.

TrueUte
Holladay, UT

Are you both going to come back and eat crow if you lose? I doubt it, but if you do I will have some mount olympus water to wash it down with. We lose our shell of a quarterback and you come picking on us? By the way do you pick on children with no parents around also?

sports-junkie
West Jordan, UT

LOL TrueUte,

You act like ASU is suppose to feel bad that Utah will not have their starting QB. This is football, not primary class. Afraid much?

Vontaze is going to eat U alive.

(fear the fork)

UU32
Bountiful, UT

Vontaze over/under on penalty yards this Saturday = 30. The guy cannot control his emotions on or off the field. One of the cheapest players in the NCAA.

ClassyUte
SOUTH JORDAN, UT

Sports-junkie has nothing else to live for except for hoping and praying that Utah loses, because his team is absolutely PITIFUL. Ha ha. Here's to hoping that BYU can barely beat another horrible team.

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