Sophomore wide receiver N’Keal Harry hauled in his first touchdown against Arizona with 8:50 left in the third quarter to give Arizona State a 28-24 lead.
Harry was lined up on the outside against Arizona junior cornerback Jace Whittaker who was in man coverage. Manny Wilkins threw the ball to Harry on a fade route and Harry was able to make the catch for a touchdown which gave the Sun Devils their first lead of the game.
Harry’s second touchdown of the day came, once again, on a fade route, but this time in the opposite corner of the end zone. Harry had a very favorable matchup against redshirt freshman cornerback Lorenzo Burns, who is only 5’10”, and Wilkins threw the ball to the back pylon and high where only Harry could get it. Harry made the catch to give the Sun Devils a 42-30 lead with 4:51 left in the fourth quarter to seal the deal and helped bring the Territorial Cup back to Tempe.