Ray Anderson


In the last two months, the ASU football program has slowly been depleted. The Sun Devils’ coaching staff has been shuffled out, all the while the team’s quarterback, Jayden Daniels, entered the transfer portal.  For the first time since the team lost its quarterback and replaced both its coordinators, university president Dr. Michael Crow spoke about the state of the...

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Nearly a handful of ASU football coaches have been fired or resigned over the last week, per several media outlets. The coaching changes come in the aftermath of the ongoing NCAA investigation related to recruiting allegations. Wide receivers coach Prentice Gill, secondary coach Chris Hawkins, tight ends coach Adam Breneman and offensive coordinator Zak Hill are no longer with the program. The four former ASU coaches are just the tip of the metaphorical iceberg in terms of lasting repercussions. NCAA investigators are reportedly aware of unpermitted meetings with recruits including ASU head coach Herm Edwards and associate head coach Antonio Pierce, according to Sun Devil Source. ASU coaches are also accused of traveling outside the state during a restricted time…