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On this amazing episode, we talk to Arizona State quarterbacks, past, present and future. Spanning from the early Frank Kush days to the latest verbal recruit, Speak of the Devils brings you a who's who of Sun Devil greats.

Our illustrious guest list with handy time index:

John F. Goodman (6:29): ASU quarterback. Top Gun pilot. Marine Corps general. Hero. A sensational interview.

Joe Spagnola (23:40): "Spaghetti" Joe posted one of the best records of any ASU quarterback and led the Devils to their undefeated 1970 season and first ever bowl win.

Danny White (30:26): All-American, three time Fiesta Bowl champion, 32-3 career record, and a retired number. Not too shabby.

Jeff Van Raaphorst (56:57): Only one ASU starting quarterback can call himself "Rose Bowl Champion", and he'll take us back through the monumental win over Michigan.

Jake Plummer (1:06:37): You may have heard of this guy..."The Snake" remains arguably the most beloved player in Sun Devil history.

Sam Keller (1:26:40): One of the best pure passers in ASU history, Keller speaks openly and honestly about his up and down career and the controversy with...

Rudy Carpenter (1:42:17): While not always a fan favorite, Carpenter threw for over 10,000 yards and 80 touchdowns in a career defined by grit.

Taylor Kelly (1:57:24): ASU's current starter, Kelly's first two years were terrific. What does he have in store for 2014?

Manny Wilkins (2:06:43): We replay our National Signing Day talk with the 2014 recruit, as he discusses why it means so much to him to be a Sun Devil.

Brady White (2:21:21): The highest rated QB recruit in the Internet era, White breaks down why he picked ASU, how he fits the offense, and if he'll continue taking any recruiting visits.

Direct download: Episode_91_-_ASU_Quarterbacks_Past_Present_and_Future.mp3
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