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Daily Devil Dish: Sun Devils in the NFL; Tuesday's practice report

The coordinators talk about the triple option while we take a look into week one of the NFL and follow some former Sun Devils through many of their professional debuts. We break all that down and more for you in this edition of the Daily Devil Dish.

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Top Stories:

New Mexico's Triple Option has ASU preparing for perimeter attack- The ASU offensive and defensive coordinators spoke at practice Tuesday and emphasized the differences and similarities between Cal Poly’s triple option scheme and New Mexico’s attack. The coordinators also spoke of injuries and standout players from Week 2.

Suggs lost for year; Rookies make NFL debuts- We took a look inside the NFL and recap how the Sun Devil rookies faced in their professional debuts, as well as the unfortunate diagnosis for a NFL veteran who happens to hail out of ASU.

ASU Football:

Sun Devil Athletics Chief Orthopedic Consultant Accepts New Role- Dr. Anikar Chhabra accepted a new role as Director of Sports Medicine at Mayo Clinic Arizona. This allows student athletes from ASU to have access to the physicians at Mayo clinic’s high-end program as well as its progressive technologies, all making Sun Devil parents increasingly pleased with the high level of care their sons and daughters can receive.

Injuries force ASU to adapt- Jacob Garcia of SunDevilSource.com breaks down the challenges of ASU’s outbreak of injuries seen in the Cal Poly game as well as the opportunities it can present for younger players.

ASU Basketball:

ASU fans got a blast from the past in this tweet. Men’s basketball coach Bobby Hurley is pictured beside teammate John Stockton who apparently had a hard time covering him during a team USA basketball practice back in June 1992 per SI.

Former ASU Women's Basketball standout Becca Tobin turned a near-death experience into action- This Pac-12 video describes the heart condition that explained the Heart Health Awareness Campaign that will kick off the 2015 season in the women’s opening game against Kentucky exactly two months from yesterday.