The ASU Football coaching staff has tendencies to run a conservative offense. However, in its game against Utah, the Sun Devils were anything but that.
Offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey made some uncharacteristic calls to get an early lead, but that may not have paid off in the long run.
Sun Devil wide receiver N’Keal Harry made it known that he is a jack-of-all-trades when he assumed quarterback Manny Wilkins’s role for a play and stunned the crowd.
On a reversal, he threw a 46-yard bomb down field to wide receiver Frederick Gammage.
It wasn’t a scoring play, but his pass set up running back Kalen Ballage to score on the following play that gave the Sun Devils a 10-0 lead in the first quarter.
While the game didn’t end in ASU’s favor, it served as a coming out party for Harry who gave Sun Devil fans a taste of what they get for at least two more seasons.
Harry’s 46-yard bomb to Gammage can be found at the 13:13 mark in the video below.