ASU basketball aims for first sweep under Bobby Hurley
It might have been the late hour. As the clock approached midnight, Bobby Hurley made it clear that didn't sit well with him. During Thursday's postgame news conference, the Arizona State coach casually mentioned that it was a shame so many people probably missed ASU's thrilling win over USC.
“Probably half the country didn't see it,” Hurley said. “It was a great game, great finish. Those people have rolled over two or three times by now.”
But more than likely, Hurley already was looking ahead to Saturday's contest against UCLA for one simple reason: In his three years in Tempe, ASU has yet... read more
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