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WSU at ASU: Halftime


A punt. No, wait, a fake punt. And it works. It’s another Sun Devil first down.

They don’t even send the punter out, they use Carpenter, the quarterback. And he hits Zach Miller for 12 yards for a first down.

From there a 15-yard penalty helps the Sun Devils move deep into Coug territory. And Ainsworth adds another career-long field goal, this one from 47 yards out. It’s 30-7 at halftime and it looks like the Cougs will have to win the Apple Cup if they want to make sure they play somewhere warm in December.

WALDENISM: “The quarterback was back in the punter position and we still let him complete it. … I don’t know.”

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