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Kenny Dillingham is Looking For Fans to Pack The House on Saturday vs. Oklahoma State

One of the things that has been noticeable over the past years with ASU is that their stadium is never packed out to the brim and head coach Kenny Dillingham is taking notice of it as well.

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Before the dust storm occurred in ASU’s 24-21 win vs. Southern Utah, ASU fans made sure to show out for Dillngham’s first game as the head coach. It’s safe to say that he’s looking for more of the same when they host Oklahoma State this Saturday.

“Can we sell this place out,” Dillingham questioning all fans of Arizona State. “Can we create a home-field advantage?

It’s well-known that starting next year, ASU football will be moving to the Big 12 which Oklahoma State is a part of. It’s an early look at one of the competitions that they will be playing on a consistent basis in the future.

Dillingham knows that home-field advantage is a real thing in sports and he’s passionate about having the fans included so much to the point that they can create a great flow for the program moving forward.

“We can really create a competitive advantage for our guys, and people really underestimate the value of that. That’s what these big non-conference games really show. People get to come watch a team that they don’t get to normally watch play. Let’s get everybody in this city, everybody in the valley, out to the game. Let’s have an unbelievable atmosphere for our players.”

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The game starts at 7:30 pm at Mountain America Stadium and we will see if fans will respond to Dillingham’s request.

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