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Daily Devil Dish: Bo Graham resigns, Sark's saga continues

A curious resignation highlighted Monday's news cycle, but that's not all that happened in the desert and around the Pac-12. We break it all down in this edition of the Daily Devil Dish.

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ASU Football: Bo Graham resigns as running backs coach - The son of head coach Todd Graham resigned from his post on Monday after three years in Tempe. The timing of the decision is curious, to say the least, but the team has moved on. Graduate assistant Josh Martin was hired to the position before the day was over.

ASU Football: Sun Devils begin preparations for Texas A&M - We are less than two weeks away from Arizona State's opener in Houston, and the team has now started preparing in "game week" mode for the Aggies.

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The drama continued yesterday for division rival USC as the fallout of Steve Sarkisian's drunken Saturday night continues. First, a bar tab of his from 2012 that he tried to bill to the University of Washington was unearthed.

Later on Monday, Inside USC's Scott Wolf reported that alcohol has been banned from the Trojan locker room for the 2015 season. That seems like it should be filed under the "things so obvious you shouldn't have to say" category, but that apparently was not the case as Sarkisian actually encouraged a culture of drinking after games.

Outside of the Pac-12, Texas A&M picked its starting quarterback yesterday. Scottsdale Ariz., native Kyle Allen got the nod, and the sophomore will make his first start of 2015 against the Sun Devils.

Fans will be able to watch the maroon and gold take on the Aggies via the "Surround" network on ESPN3. The channel will show the game from its skycam angle, giving fans a unique view of every play. The clash between Arizona State and Texas A&M will be the only game of the day shown on the Surround network.

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Former Sun Devil center fielder Johnny Sewald made some history on Monday, stealing his 27th base of the season to become the Tri-City ValleyCats single season record holder in thievery on the base paths. At the plate, Sewald is currently hitting at a .279 clip for the Class A affiliate of the Houston Astros.