The Daily Devil is something that Devils in Detail will be trying out. This will be a daily fixture on the site and it will feature a few top stories from around the web related to ASU Athletics. So here is your Daily Devil for June 2, 2016.
Courtesy of: azcentral sports
“The Arizona State athletic department posted a tweet Tuesday night to confirm that Sun Devil Stadium will be ready for the 2016 season.”
This article is a great article because it features a huge slide show that shows the progress of Sun Devil Stadium’s renovation.
Courtesy of: Pac-12 Conference
“Pac-12 Conference television partners ESPN, FOX Sports, and Pac-12 Networks will provide complete coverage of the entire Pac-12 home football schedule during the 2016 season. Pac-12 Networks will air 35 Pac-12 home games, while ESPN and FOX Sports will combine to televise 44 games from Pac-12 home and neutral sites. In addition, FOX will televise the Pac-12 Championship Game at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.”
The wait is finally over! After months of looking at the schedule and thinking about which games will be the nationally televised games, the Pac-12 announced it. This article does feature all Pac-12 games, not just ASU’s games.
Courtesy of: Sun Devil Athletics
“As part of the Pac-12 Global initiative Sun Devil junior-to-be Tra Holder, who last year became the first Pac-12 player to open league play with four straight 20-point games since Cal’s Patrick Christopher in 2008-09, is part of the Pac-12 Conference’s All-Star Team going to Melbourne, Australia for a series of cultural experiences and exhibition games against the Australia Men’s National Team in July of 2016.”
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This is an awesome opportunity for Tra Holder! Not only will he be a part of the Pac-12 All-Star team, but he also will get to visit Australia, an experience that he will remember for the rest of his life. This opportunity is also great because Pac-12 basketball has a chance to extend their brand into Australia. Which means potential Australian recruits in the future?