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Washington holds on late to beat No. 25 Arizona State, 68-64

Noah Dickerson scored 21 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, David Crisp had three key baskets in the final five minutes, and Washington knocked off No. 25 Arizona State 68-64. If there was question about Washington’s validity in the Pac-12 race, some of those were answered by a gutty performance from the Huskies.

Gonzaga remains No. 12 in AP basketball poll

Gonzaga remains undisturbed while teams continue to zip up and down the AP college basketball rankings. The 12th-ranked Zags stayed in place for the third straight week after a wild 89-83 overtime victory over visiting North Dakota on Saturday.

Arizona State hires former NFL coach Herm Edwards

Arizona State’s bold move is official. The Sun Devils announced the hiring of former NFL coach and ESPN analyst Herm Edwards as football coach Sunday night, ushering in a new, unexpected era for the program.

No. 21 USC rolls over Arizona State 48-17 behind Jones

Ronald Jones II ran for 216 yards and two touchdowns, Sam Darnold revved up No. 21 Southern California’s offense with three touchdown passes and the Trojans rolled to a 48-17 victory over Arizona State on Saturday night.

Washington Huskies’ Jake Browning returns to scene of Sun Devil nightmare

Rock bottom arrived on Jake Browning’s 52nd and final throw of the game. The pass ended up in the hands of an Arizona State player, Browning’s fourth interception of the afternoon, third in the game’s final 6 minutes. It cemented Washington’s 17-point collapse in a 27-17 loss to Arizona State in Tempe on Nov. 14 2015, and it left a young UW team with a 4-6 record with two regular-season games remaining.

Frank Kush, coach who built ASU into powerhouse, dies at 88

Frank Kush transformed Arizona State from a backwater football program into a powerhouse. Arizona State confirmed his death at 88. Kush compiled a 176-54-1 record while coaching the Sun Devils from 1958 to 1979. He was head coach of the NFL’s Colts for two years in Baltimore and one in Indianapolis from 1982 to 1984.

Briann January joins Arizona State women’s basketball staff

Former Arizona State star Briann January is joining the Sun Devils as a women’s basketball assistant coach the school announced. January helped lead Arizona State to 104 wins in her time at the school and then went on to play for the Indiana Fever.

Pick 6: New coordinators who could boost incumbent coaches

Hiring a new coordinator can at times be as impactful to a college football program as making a head coaching change. Take Penn State, for example, where head coach James Franklin’s hiring of Joe Moorhead last season helped get the Nittany Lions back in the top 10. Hire two new coordinators and, well, that can look like a major rebuild. Six teams that have an intriguing new coordinator – or two.

No. 7 Washington rolls past Arizona State, 44-18

Kevin King’s second-quarter interception awakened the slumbering Huskies, and quarterback Jake Browning went on to throw for 338 yards and two touchdowns and No. 7 Washington routed Arizona State 44-18 on Saturday night to stay in the College Football Playoff mix.

Washington Huskies look for rebound against nemesis Arizona State

Looking back, Washington’s collapse in the desert last November is where it all changed. The Huskies melted down in the second half against Arizona State, watching a 14-point lead disappear into a 27-17 loss that put them on the verge of missing the postseason.