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Daily Devil Dish: First look at Cal; Sun Devils in the NFL

In this week's edition of the Daily Devil Dish we take our first look at California as the Sun Devils head West to close out their 2015 season, while scanning the NFL for former Sun Devils who are making a splash in the big-leagues.

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Top Stories:

ASU Football: First look at Cal- After reclaiming the Territorial Cup in Tempe last Saturday the Sun Devils head to California to close out their 2015 season against the Golden Bears. We take a first look at the 6-5 Cal Golden Bears.

Sun Devils in the NFL: Osweiler wins first career start on his birthday- We take a look around the NFL and focus in on former Sun Devils and their professional performances. This week featured ASU product Brock Osweiler getting the start for the Denver Broncos over an injured Peyton Manning on his birthday and cementing the win with two touchdowns and 250 yards.

Sun Devil Football:

Simone delaying surgery to support team with presence on road-'s Kerry Crowley takes a look at injured safety Jordan Simone's dedication to his Sun Devil team.

Simone suffered a season-ending ACL injury against the Washington Huskies but is now putting off his surgery so he can travel with his team to their last regular season game on Saturday.

The Sun Devils have had the most Defensive Players of the Week in the Pac-12 since 2012 under head coach Todd Graham.

Longino earns back-to-back Pac-12 Player of the Week Honors- Linebacker and redshirt senior Antonio Longino is the first defensive player in Sun Devil history to be awarded back-to-back Pac-12 Player of the Week honors after his domination against the Wildcats Friday.

Sun Devil Basketball:

The Arizona State Sun Devils dropped the final game of the Legends Classic to Marquette in overtime 78-73 after three of their four bigs fouled out, and one was sidelined with an injury, leaving five guards to rule the floor in the final minutes. Guard Tra Holder was named to the all-tournament team despite the loss.