Speak Of The Devils Legends Series: The 1960s with J.D. Hill and Ron Pritchard

Do not miss these great and in-depth interviews with Sun Devils immortals, J.D. Hill (left) and Ron Pritchard (right).

If you love the Sun Devils, you can not miss this show.

We kickoff our summer-long Legends Series with a look at ASU football in the 1960s.

First, we give you a decade in review before having a fantastic talk with Sun Devil legend J.D. Hill. The former All-American shares his thoughts on a wide range of topics, from his glory days in Tempe, to how the game has evolved, the rivalry with UofA, his inspirational battle with personal demons and his thoughts on the present and future of ASU football.

We then unveil the Speak of the Devils All-1960s team, with some of the big names and others and you may not be familiar with.

We end the episode with another amazing interview with an ASU icon--Ron Pritchard. The College Hall of Fame linebacker discusses his career, his foray into pro wrestling, what position Vontaze Burfict should have played, Todd Graham, the importance of past players in today's program and much more.

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