I bet you don’t know who the ASU football team’s leading rusher was in Saturday’s game against NAU. Feel free to venture a guess.
NAU did lose its opener against ASU Saturday, but the Lumberjacks may have found a starting quarterback.
Senior Lance Kriesien ran, threw and even punted his way to the top of the depth chart.
Rudy Carpenter said after Saturday night’s victory he was just glad to face a defense that wouldn’t “cheat” by knowing the offensive schemes.
The Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver formerly known as Chad Johnson apparently decided it’s been too long since he’s had his name in the news.
Last season, the collective blood pressure of ASU football fans rose substantially as the Sun Devils had to win coming from behind nearly every game.