You've got your season tickets, you purchased your Sun Devil jersey and foam finger, so now it's time to make sure you don't miss a beat with Arizona State football this season.
If you're like us, you're active on social media and you want to follow anyone who tweets anything related to Arizona State football. So we compiled a list of every account we could find that helps keep you in the loop in terms of what's trending in Sun Devil country.
The official handle of the Sun Devil football team is your go-to source for news coming straight out of the program.
The official account of Sun Devil athletics will focus heavily on ASU football during the season, and is a great place for in-game updates as well.
We have to plug ourselves first, because it only makes sense. Get the most comprehensive Arizona State coverage from who's shining at practice down to the number of pushups Sparky does during each game.
"I can't tell you one newcomer that I've been disappointed with through the first four days of practice." -Coach Graham— House of Sparky (@HouseOfSparky) August 10, 2013
The Arizona Republic is the top Valley print outlet for Sun Devil football, and the paper's coverage is as detailed as it gets.
Great place to find all your latest Pac-12 news, and the Pac-12 Blog scoops up the top Arizona State story of the day in its "Lunch Links" section.
The Arizona State affiliate for Fox Sports Next is at every Sun Devil practice and produces great video content.
The most detailed Arizona State recruiting coverage you'll find as well as plenty of quality analysis on a daily basis.
Basketball drills on the gridiron? That's what TE coach Chip Long does http://t.co/vq2HM2ncPG— ASUDevils.com (@ASUDevilscom) August 20, 2013
Though Fox Sports covers all Valley teams, they do a nice job rounding up the latest Sun Devil news.
A one-stop shop for all of your local sports needs, Pros2Preps features plenty of great practice interviews and analysis.
Some of the finest student writers at Arizona State are on-site at every Sun Devil practice with breaking news and updates.
RB DJ Foster will fully participate in today's practice after suffering an apparent injury Saturday. S Marcus Ball still wearing a sling.— State Press Sports (@statepresssport) August 19, 2013
The Walter Cronkite Sports Network covers some of Arizona State's smaller sports, but they also have full-time student-writers devoted to covering the football team.
Of all the local television stations, 3TV is among the best at putting together fresh and insightful Arizona State content
Speak of the Devils is the top Sun Devil podcast featuring interviews with players, coaches, and legends, as well as expert analysis and game previews and breakdowns.
Sun Devil Parenting 101 pic.twitter.com/iYAtFsAadY— Speak of the Devils (@SotDPodcast) August 16, 2013
This is the official Twitter account for the SB Nation Pac-12 website, and if you're looking to see how ASU stacks up against the competition, they've got plenty of info.
The House of Sparky Staff
You'll get your fair share of Denver Broncos tweets, but Cody always offers fresh and humorous takes on the goings on in the ASU community.
Rich-Rod just said that there will "probably" be a "Hard Edge 3." Is it too early to start camping out in my cowboy gear for the premier?— Cody Ulm (@CodyUlm) July 26, 2013
While I'm not quite a prolific tweeter, I tweet almost exclusively about ASU football. If it were up to me, I would definitely follow me, but that's just me.
A lot of respect for #ASU backup QB Mike Bercovici. Asked him to describe his journey in one word: "Tough"— Kerry Crowley (@KO_Crowley) August 20, 2013
@HaberBen @RyanBafo @nmarekasu14
If you're one of this nation's 12 Los Angeles Clippers fans, Ben Haber is your go-to source for more Clippers information than you can possibly imagine. But seriously, all three writers will be at practices throughout the season, and they are all highly recommended follows, especially for ASU students.
Great Media Members to Follow
@DougHaller and @jeffmetcalfe
The Arizona Republic writers are often the first to break important news, especially Haller who is among the most well respected Sun Devil writers in the Valley.
ASU special-teams coach Joe Lorig said freshman kicker Zane Gonzalez has made 92-93% of his FG tries in camp. National average last year: 75— Doug Haller (@DougHaller) August 22, 2013
@bdenny29 and @JoeHealey42
The hosts of the Speak of the Devils podcast are a wealth of information when it comes to current ASU events and are two of the most knowledgeable sources on Sun Devil history. Oh, and Brad Denny used to run House of Sparky too.
Seeing a local TV screen graphic "Sun Devils confidence high after scrimmage win"...by that "win" logic, they also lost.— Brad Denny (@BDenny29) August 19, 2013
@byronkline @beccawinning and @dunhaaam
The Devils Digest staff mixes their personal tweets with their football coverage to provide some entertaining follows.
Marquis Lee is injured? All I hear is USC fans hearts breaking all over the country. 💔— Becca Winn (@beccawinning) August 10, 2013
@ChrisKarpman and @Edmund_Hubbard
The main men behind ASUDevils.com offer extra analysis from their personal Twitters as well.
First thunderclap just heard in Payson. It wouldn't be Camp Tontozona week without a good monsoon. Bring it on.— Chris Karpman (@ChrisKarpman) August 16, 2013
The Twitter account of author Shane Dale who wrote "Territorial: The History of the Duel in the Desert." Dale is a must-follow for Sun Devils and Wildcats fans alike, and there's really no one else you can say that about.
@DsShapi @Josh_Nacion and @EricSmith_SP
The three ASU football beat-writers for The State Press deserve some love. Each does great work and whatever doesn't make it onto the State Press sports twitter will definitely show up from these three.
The lead beat writer for Cronkite Sports tweets far too much about the Los Angeles Dodgers (which normally means you shouldn't follow him), but his football knowledge is guaranteed to make you a smarter fan.
@BryanDFischer and @Mike_Yam
If you want analysis from the Pac-12's best, follow Fischer and Yam. Fischer is among the most prolific tweeters in the game, but he's well worth your time.
Arizona State Athletic Department
The man who makes the decisions in the ASU Athletic department pumps out some interesting behind-the-scenes tidbits.
The biggest Pittsburgh Pirates fan West of the Mississippi is the best tweeter inside the ASU Athletic Department. A wonderfully entertaining follow.
Hawkes is the man in charge of knowing any and all ASU records and he's one of the most supportive members of the media relations department. Always goes the extra mile and just updated the ASU record books.
Another helpful member of the media relations department who deserves your follow.
An ASU graduate and an Associate Athletic Director, Rocky Harris is all Sun Devils all the time.
The Top Five Coaches to Follow
For gems like this.
Tremendous time at Camp T! I climbed to top of Mt Kush, jumped off Tillman's Cliff, and loved every moment being with Sun Devils!! #forksup— Mike Norvell (@CoachNorvellASU) August 18, 2013
Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go. -T. S. Eliot— Dan Lanning (@CoachDanLanning) August 20, 2013
"If we study what is merely average, we will remain merely average."— Aaron Pflugrad (@aaronpflugrad) August 22, 2013
Top 10 Players to Follow
The best Twitter handle in the game, and some of the more entertaining tweets. Hopefully he approves your request to follow!
Jamil Douglas' tweets get us every time.
Have you ever driven past the light and don't remember whether was green or red..... just did that lol— Outland Douglas (@Jamil_Lamarr) August 22, 2013
D.J. speaks nothing but the truth.
When u get cocky about ur triumphs u give others the right to predict ur future, stay humble and let your accomplishments sneak up on them!— DJ Foster (@ASTATE_8) August 4, 2013
Jaxon Hood with Twitter gold!
If you think the Spicy Chicken sandwich from Chick-fil-a is "too spicy", you my friend are a certified WEENIEE— Jaxon Prince Hood (@MrJhood7ASU) August 2, 2013
Like Jamil Douglas, we just can't get enough of what Wadood has to say.
Lil Wayne is better than JayZ.— Rashad Wadood (@Wadu4Thorpe) August 5, 2013
Can he match his units with his sack total? Please!
18 units this fall. Lord please be on my side 📚🙏— CBE (@CarlBradford52) August 22, 2013
Of the three quarterbacks in contention for playing time, Bercovici has the best Twitter game.
I swear Arizona State is turning into Las Vegas with a campus !!— Michael Bercovici (@MikeBerco) August 19, 2013
Because hard work pays off.
Hubner is no longer a Sun Devil player, but he's one of the most entertaining players to come through the program.
Just bought 72 rolls of toilet paper from Costco, but once I got home I realized I now live alone and have enough TP for the apocalypse.— Josh Hubner (@JoshHubner) August 20, 2013
He's still a year out from joining the Sun Devils, but if you want to follow the future leader of the program, he's the man. Wilkins is as excited to come to Tempe as any commit will ever be.
Great call with coach Norvell! So excited about the future. Heard those freshman wideouts are the real deal.. Then we got @TeeWhiley oh gawd— Manny Wilkins 2⃣ (@Manny_Wilkins11) August 11, 2013
The One Account Every Sun Devil Fan MUST Follow
There is no bigger fan than the Jedi.
Now it's time to log onto Twitter and prepare yourself for one of the most exciting Sun Devil football seasons ever. If you want fellow Sun Devil fans to follow you, drop your Twitter account in the comments section so everyone can enjoy watching the maroon and gold together.
If we somehow overlooked a media member, media outlet, or anyone else who should be on this list, it was completely accidental. Please let us know so this can continue to be the most comprehensive ASU Football Twitter Directory.