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The flagship podcast for the leading source of Arizona State football news and analysis. Launched in August of 2016, Sun Devil Source Report provides an inside look at the ASU football program. Hosted by editor Kerry Crowley and publisher Chris Karpman.
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In this week's episode, Doug and Jody review ASU and Arizona making the NCAA Tournament and discuss whether the Sun Devils can flip a switch, as well as how far the Wildcats can go.
The guys are joined by Devils Digest reporter Jeff Griffith who helps them break down the upcoming Pac-12 Tournament. On top of that, Jeff, Jordan and Anthony figure out what the NCAA Tournament might look like for the Sun Devils.
In this episode of the Sun Devil Source Report Podcast, site publisher Chris Karpman is joined by staff members Fabian Ardaya, Kaelen Jones, Fabian Ardaya, and host Rob Werner, to discuss Arizona State men's basketball's recent home set in which it dropped an overtime matchup to Utah, but raced past Colorado to salvage a split. The group analyz ...…
In this week's episode we recap ASU's recent split against the mountain schools. Not to mention, the weekly preview of this week's games (UW/WSU). However, we saved the best for last as Jordan and Anthony draft their five all-time greatest Sun Devils for you to vote on.
The guys take a look back at the recent Northern California road trip and look ahead to what the next two home games have in store for the Sun Devils. Not to mention, we take a glance at the state of the program and play a little Pac-12 word association.
Anthony Totri and Jordan Kaye take a look at ASU's recent road trip featuring an overtime loss and a final-minute victory. After that the guys figure out what challenges Oregon and Oregon State present to the Sun Devils.
Rashaad Penny ran for over 200 for 5th straight game for FBS record but Army wins bowl game by going for 2 at end of game. Bowl season love it. Sun Devils off to 12-0 start best ever in 106 year history. Bobby Hurley mazel tov. Giants trying to avoid franchise worst 13th loss tomorrow @Cards. Doesn't look good.…
Matt and Ben discuss their bowl picks, ASU's defensive coordinator shift, and the Sun Devils are no. 5 in the country
Our story about Operation Sundevil continues as we see how the Secret Service and various law enforcement agencies made the formation of the EFF a necessity.
We dive into the complex history of the hacker culture that prompted the US Secret Service to conduct massive raids and how the Electronic Frontier Foundation was born from it.By (HowStuffWorks).
We dive into the complex history of the hacker culture that prompted the US Secret Service to conduct massive raids and how the Electronic Frontier Foundation was born from it.
Matt and Ben go into the ASU basketball start before taking a deep dive into the Sun Devils' football prospects and potential coaches if Graham goes.
No guest this week, but plenty to still talk about as the Sun Devils head to Corvallis in search of a 6th win of the season. The boys also review the UCLA loss and whether or not play calling was to blame.
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