Arizona State coach Kenny Dillingham revealed today after practice that he will “probably” be calling plays for Saturday’s game against USC.
“Offensively, we need a little bit more boost, so I’m going to do whatever I think can give us a little boost of energy out here,” Dillingham said.
He also provided injury updates on six players. He talked about the challenges of going against a team like USC, as well as what his team’s preparation looks like.
Drew Pyne will likely be the team’s starting QB against the Trojans, Dillingham said. Pyne took first-team reps today after going down with an injury during last Saturday’s 29-0 loss to Fresno State.
The Sun Devils (1-2) will take on No. 5 USC (3-0) and reigning Heisman trophy winner Caleb Williams on Saturday at Mountain America Stadium with kickoff scheduled for 7:30 p.m. MST.