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Arizona State football practice report for Saturday

Arizona State football practice report for Saturday

I told them that everybody’s excited about back to back 10 win seasons I’m disappointed because we underachieved. We should’ve reached a higher potential, so we really challenged them today. We planned to have a little adversity, (but) that’s good enough to win 10 games. And to us, that is a bad practice. We’re trying to move that standard up.”

Graham’s post practice pep talk to players: 8 minutes, 48 seconds.

Out: LB Davon Durant (suspended); WR Cameron Smith (knee surgery).

Limited: RG Vi Teofilo (knee); OT Evan Goodman (hamstring); OT Steven Miller; DT Mo Latu; LB Jamal Scott; LB Chans Cox (shoulder); DB Ezekiel Bishop (knee); LB Laiu Moeakiola; LB/TE Eriquel Florence (knee); WR Frederick Gammage.

Injured: Junior walk on receiver DeMario Fair injured his left nfl jerseys Foster put a nice move on senior safety Jordan Simone, which allowed him to scoot untouched into the end zone.

After practice, Simone had an excuse ready: “I ate popcorn last night and my feet were slippery,” he joked.

After the play, Foster didn’t say anything to his roommate. He simply jogged back to the sideline, where his offensive teammates congratulated him on a nice move.

His version of the play: “I came out of my break and I saw him coming toward me, I didn’t know if he was coming up for a hit or what,” Foster said.

Told about the popcorn, Foster smiled. “Yeah, there are a lot of variables on that one play. A lot of excuses. But I’ll have his ankles at home on the shelf. This season, senior quarterback Mike Bercovici already has stepped into the role. Foster and Simone have, too.

“Last year we had seven or eight guys that I thought were really leaders,” Graham said. “This year we’re in the 20s. We got to get to the 30s and 40s.”

Graham has said in the past he wants to get to the point where players are coaching players. A couple examples I witnessed:

During the ‘W’ drill, red shirt freshman quarterback Manny Wilkins yelled to a walk on receiver from across the field to hold the ball higher and tighter to avoid a fumble.

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