Here's why the ASU-UA rivalry is so deep-seated
Editor's Note: A version of this story was first published on Dec. 5, 2008.
One of the most brutal battles between the Arizona State University Sun Devils and the University of Arizona Wildcats wasn't played out on the football field or basketball court, but in the political arena.
The contest was one of the most hard-fought campaigns in state history and has left lasting scars a half-century later.
It is one reason the rivalry between the two schools runs so deep.
The issue was whether to change the name of Arizona State College to Arizona State University.
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