Over the recent years, the Arizona State offense has not been the definition of "imaginative". Whether it was the schematic Ambien of Rich Olson's run-first-second-and-third offense, or the "there's never been an exact same swing pass play we didn't run 13 times a game" approach of Noel Mazzone over the last two years, the Sun Devils haven't been cutting edge.
But last year in Week 2's important battle against Missouri on ESPN, Mazzone dialed up a little trickeration that paid off in a big way.
The game was tied 16-16 in the third quarter, with ASU having the ball on the Tigers' 35-yard line. With a first and 10, Mazzone felt it was time to let Jamal Miles live up to the "Jamal Does It All" moniker.
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