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Daily Devil Dish: The White Out is here

Your gameday roundup to Friday's game between Arizona State and New Mexico.

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Sun Devils going all-white against New Mexico — In case you haven't figured out what Arizona State may be wearing, the equipment staff tweeted this out Thursday:

Fans attending the game are encouraged to wear white.

Arizona State vs. New Mexico: Complete game preview and TV schedule — We got you covered here on everything you need to know in a cumulative preview for Friday's rematch between the Sun Devils and the Lobos.

Column: With strong foundations, ASU athletics set to be major player for years to come — In the wake of the University of Texas canning Steve Patterson, his other former employer, Arizona State, is quietly building itself to becoming an elite program of its own.

College Gameday coming to Arizona soon? — With Arizona State and Arizona boasting some of its most talented teams in history, it has caught College Gameday's attention and could draw college football's premier pregame show to the Grand Canyon State.

The question is, will it be going to Tempe or Tucson? This is what a College Gameday producer tweeted Friday morning:

Pac-12 Football: Week 3 Narratives and Predictions — Some Pac-12 teams are starting this weekend. See what you need to watch out for the rest of the weekend as the Sun Devils will be taking Saturday off.

Eric Allen, Darren Woodson nominated for 2016 Hall of Fame Class — Two ASU Football legends received preliminary nominations for the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame Thursday. They join 91 other players in the preliminary nominations, and the list will be shortened to semifinalists in November.

No. 10 ASU Volleyball hosting Sun Devil Invitational — Wells Fargo Arena will also be busy Friday. Prior to the pregame Devil Walk at 4:00 p.m., the No. 10 Arizona State volleyball team will open its annual home tournament against UNLV at 12:00 p.m. The Sun Devils will then face Texas Southern at noon followed by a top-10 showdown against No. 6 Illinois later that evening.