Mon, 27 February 2017
The Arizona "winter" is almost over, and the Sun Devils will soon open spring practices with many key questions to answer.
After a quick look at the latest news, we are joined by DevilsDigest.com's Ralph Amsden (11:30) for his view of the Sun Devils heading into spring camp.
After a Sun Devil Stock Report (20:15), we talk to senior running back Kalen Ballage (26:13) about his look into leaving early for the NFL, the frustrations of 2016, and the hopes for 2017.
Then we dive into our in-depth breakdown of what to look for during spring (33:39), including the potential breakout players and the key position battles to watch.
We cap the episode with a sit down interview with ASU Athletic Director Ray Anderson (2:09:26). He covers a number of topics including the assistant coaching carousel, the Sun Devil Stadium renovations, and why fans should be excited for the future.
Direct download: Episode_162_-_Spring_Ball_Preview_and_Ray_Anderson.mp3
Category:Speak of the Devils -- posted at: 11:18pm PDT
Wed, 15 February 2017
"At any time, I could have lost my life."
Jaxon Hood burst onto the scene as a heralded freshman All-American, and a hometown hero in the making. Less than two years later, he was gone.
Now sober, he opens up about his painful, costly, and nearly fatal battle with painkiller addiction. He also shares his life-saving revelation, and how he now hopes his struggles can help others battling the demon of addiction.
"My story isn't over..."
Tue, 31 January 2017
The faxes are off and the Letters of Intent are in. Let's recap Signing Day on Speak of the Devils.
We kick off the show with a roundtable discussion with Hod Rabino and Ralph Amsden of DevilsDigest.com. They provide expert analysis into the wins, surprises, and next moves of ASU's 2017 class.
Next up, we talk with three important members of the class: Safety Evan Fields, tight end Mark Walton, and safety K.J. Jarrell.
Then it's the main event. We wrap up with our detailed player-by-player rundown of every Sun Devil who signed on the dotted line.