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The Unpredictable Sun Devils Are Undefeated In Pac-12 Play

The Arizona State Sun Devils are now 10-5 on the season and 4-0 in conference play after their win over Colorado on Saturday night. The Sun Devils defeated the Buffaloes, 76-73.

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ASU’s defense was the star of the show as they forced Colorado into 13 turnovers and scored 27 points off of those turnovers.

Their defense has been major in the undefeated start in conference play. Another reason teams have not figured ASU out is their unpredictability on offense.

Balance Against The Cardinal

In the first Pac-12 game of the season against Stanford. The Sun Devils won 76-73 and the leading scorer was Adam Miller who finished the game with 13 points. Alonzo Gaffney and Frankie Collins were also big in that game with 12 points each.

Collins Set A Bear Trap

The second Pac-12 game of the season was against the California Golden Bears. ASU defeated California, 71-69. In this game Collins scored 25 points. He shot 10/17 from the floor and 3/5 from three point range.

Perez Lights Up Utah

ASU moved to 3-0 in conference play after their win over Utah, 82-70. The leading scorer for the Sun Devils was Jose Perez.

Perez finished the game with 26 points. He was very efficient as he shot 9/16 from the floor and 4/5 from three. Collins was also big on the offensive end of the floor, finishing the game with 19 points.

Miller Time Against Colorado

In their latest win against Colorado, there were two players who stood out on the offensive end. Miller was huge in the first half and finished the game with 18 points.

In the second half Jamiya Neal stepped up in a major way. Neal finished the game with a team leading 19 points.

The Sun Devils have a plethora of players who could lead the team in scoring on any given night. This makes them very hard to game plan for. If they continue to be unpredictable on the offensive end of the floor it may lead a Pac-12 title.




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