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The pick: Why Arizona State will beat Washington State

I’m on a need-to-see-it-before-I-believe-it basis with WSU’s defense and even if Anthony Gordon and the offense can shake off the cobwebs, it’s hard to see them scoring more than 35-40 points against an ASU team that’s giving up only 14.4 per game and has allowed just 38 in its four victories.

Highlights: Jayden Daniels leads No. 18 Sun Devils to 38-34 victory over Cougars in nail-biter

No. 18 Arizona State holds on to defeat Washington State 38-34 on Saturday in the desert. For the third time in his freshman campaign, Daniels led the Sun Devils to a game-winning drive which included his 17-yard rushing TD late in the fourth to seal Arizona State's 38-34 victory over the Cougars. Daniels threw for 363 yards and three touchdowns on 26-36 attempts. Wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk had a career receiving day as he finished with seven receptions for 196 yards and three touchdowns; Eno Benjamin added to the barrage of big plays from the Sun Devils' playmaking trio with 19 carries for 137 yards and one touchdown. – Pac-12 Networks

Washington State-Arizona State game preview

Pac-12 Networks’ Mike Yam and Yogi Roth preview a Week 7 battle between Washington State and Arizona State in Tempe. The Cougars and Sun Devils will meet for the first time since 2016 and are both coming off a bye week. Two weeks ago, WSU fell to Utah while ASU defeated Cal on the road. Catch the game at 12:30 p.m. PT/ 1:30 p.m. MT on Pac-12 Networks. – Pac-12 Networks

Player speeches after Utah loss could reflect new wave of leadership for Washington State

Before Leach and his assistant coaches showed up to an all-team meeting following the Utah loss, a few players used the down time to address their larger group of peers – an audience that included every offensive player, defensive player and specialist. The messages themselves were impactful, but maybe not as much as the mouths they came from.

Sun Devils looking to continue upward trajectory

Years one and two were for building. Bobby Hurley needed time to set the foundation and standards at Arizona State, recruit the right players. The third and fourth years were for taking the next step, winning more, establishing a tradition, reaching the NCAA Tournament.