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Daily Devil Dish: Former Sun Devils impress during training camp

Former Sun Devils continue to impress with Camp T set to get underway this week.

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Listen up!

If you're a die-hard Sun Devil football fan, listen to the latest Speak of the Devils Podcast: Episode 120 - LIVE from ASU Media Day. Brad Denny and Joe Healey caught up with head coach Todd Graham, offensive coordinator Mike Norvell, quarterback Mike Bercovici, receiver D.J. Foster, safety Jordan Simone, and more of your favorite players in an insightful hour of interviews ahead of the new football season.

ASU Football

Sun Devil Football Media Day took place on Saturday. You can catch everything that head coach Todd Graham had to say and more by clicking here.

Continue to #EmbraceTheGrind with your Sun Devils, as quarterback Mike Bercovici discusses what it means to compete at Sun Devil Stadium and the site's intense gameday atmosphere.

Camp Tontozona ("Camp T") begins Tuesday in Payson, Arizona. See the full schedule for further details.

ASU Alumni

Football

Former ASU defensive back Alden Darby started last night for the Pittsburgh Steelers at safety to begin the 2015 NFL preseason slate in the league's annual Hall of Fame Game.

Starting in place of safety Mike Mitchell, Darby finished with four tackles, including one for a loss during Pittsburgh's 14-3 loss against the Minnesota Vikings.

SportsCenter anchor and Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communications alum Matt Barrie spoke up for most football fans with this tweet during the preseason opener yesterday.

Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Davon Coleman has impressed during offseason and preseason practices, drawing attention of fans and analysts in attendance.

In fact, Bryan Broaddus noted on the Cowboys' site that Coleman was "the bright spot along the defensive line" during Sunday's practice.

Coleman's former counterpart and Chicago Bears defensive tackle Will Sutton has also performed well ahead of the new season.

Women's Golf

Noemi Jiminez-Martin is in pursuit of a chance to compete in the LPGA.

In her final year with ASU, the Spaniard was named the Pac-12 Women's Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year and finished fourth at the Pac-12 Championships last year.