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Devil Daily Dish, 7/30/11: The Best Of the Week For ASU Football

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It's been a busy week, with the Pac-12 announcing the new networks, the NFL lockout ending and the MLB trade deadline fast approaching. There has still been some Sun Devils stuff happening -- lets take a look.

The Meanest Man in College Football: Vontaze Burfict - NCAA Football - Sporting News blogs - Doug Haller on ASU football - DouglasHaller - A look at ASU's pre-camp depth chart
Arizona State begins fall camp Tuesday. Here's a look at the depth chart distributed by the school's media-relations department. Keep in mind, these things change daily, so it might already be out-dated,but it's interesting to see where some of the Sun Devils'...

ASU football playing it safe with injured tailback Deantre Lewis
ASU likely will be without its biggest big-play threat when practice opens Aug. 2, and that could be a best-case scenario.

Cox Communications to air Pac-12 network - Phoenix Business Journal
The Pac-12 network will be on Cox Communications in Arizona as the conference and four cable systems announced a deal Thursday.


ASU Football Opponent Preview: Missouri Tigers - House Of Sparky
The Missouri Tigers represent a huge challenge for the ASU Sun Devils, a Big 12 team coming off a 10-3 season and a high-octane bowl battle with the Iowa Hawkeyes. Fortunately, Missouri has lost a lot of talent in the offseason, with the most glaring loss being starting quarterback Blaine Gabbert, who was drafted tenth overall in the 2011 NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars.


Pac-12 Network Brings Another Recruiting Boost To ASU Football - House Of Sparky
From flashy new uniforms to the very real possibility of a new (or highly renovated) Sun Devil Stadium, this offseason was full of surprises and curveballs. Another big one came down the pike yesterday as Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott announced the Pac-12 Network, which will begin broadcasting in the fall of 2012.