January 21, 2019
Breakdown (128 minutes)
It has been a few good weeks since our last podcast so this one runs longer than usual, with plenty of content for your listening enjoyment.
(2:02) The battle for the starting quarterback duties is plenty intriguing, but what other team aspects are worth examining during ASU’s spring practices that can impact the prospects of the 2019 season?
(54:54) It’s been a roller coaster of a January for ASU basketball but have the Sun Devils fresh off their weekend sweep of the Oregon school set themselves up for s smoother journey through their remaining Pac-12 contests?
(1:16:34) Mailbag time: Answering our DevilsDigest.com’s subscribers and Twitter followers' questions
December 24, 2018
Breakdown (80 minutes)
The maiden voyage with your new host DevilsDigest.com Publisher Hod Rabino, begins today.
(2:33) We review Arizona State’s 2019 early signing period recruiting class. What should we make of the signing of three quarterbacks and how will that affect the depth chart moving forward? What areas were properly addressed in this class and what positions will need attention moving forward?
(37:55) Discussing the upset win by ASU basketball over Kansas. Even though it was repeat achievement from last year, why should you be even more excited about this year’s Sun Devil squad and the prospects that lie ahead this season?
(51:07) Mailbag time: Answering our DevilsDigest.com’s subscribers and Twitter followers questions
December 3, 2018
Ralph Amsden and Hod Rabino recap the 2018 Arizona State Sun Devil Football season. (90 Minutes)
November 27, 2018
Breakdown (49 Minutes)
Ralph Amsden and Chilly get together for a special episode of The Devil's Junkie Podcast to react to the news that N'Keal Harry will forgo his senior season and declare for the NFL Draft. The guys rehash N'Keal Harry's journey from local 5-star recruit, to hometown hero, and discuss the legacy he's leaving behind.
November 25, 2018
Breakdown (55 Minutes)
Arizona State scored 20 unanswered fourth quarter points to defeat Arizona 41-40 in the 2018 Territorial Cup. Ralph Amsden attempts to make sense of one of the most memorable comebacks in ASU football history on his drive back from Tucson.
November 19, 2018
Ralph Amsden talks about Arizona State's 31-29 loss at Oregon, and reads listener responses to the question, "Is Arizona State better off heading into this year's Territorial Cup than they were last year?"
November 11, 2018
Breakdown (75 Minutes)
Ralph Amsden and Chilly discuss Arizona State's 31-28 win over UCLA, and attempt to address the following questions:
Should ASU be satisfied with Bowl Eligibility? What are the chances ASU wins the Pac-12 South? How did Cam Phillips and Evan Fields look filling in for Demonte King and Jalen Harvey? Was Merlin Robertson's targeting call fair? Why Is Brandon Ruiz struggling? Is Eno Benjamin Arizona State's best RB ever? How can ASU duplicate UCLA's Tight End Production? Is Danny Gonzales the coach of the future?
Finally, Ralph and Chilly discuss the legacy of Manny Wilkins and N'Keal Harry.
November 4, 2018
In this episode, Ralph Amsden recaps Arizona State's 38-20 win over Utah, talks stadium attendance, and asks listeners to send him their takes on how their feelings about Herm Edwards have evolved over the last 11 months.
October 28, 2018
Breakdown (77 Minutes)
Ralph Amsden talks about Arizona State's 38-35 win over USC on his drive back to Arizona from Los Angeles. How was Arizona State able to build an early lead, withstand a third quarter charge by the Trojans, and ultimately hang on to win? What does this win mean for Arizona State's remaining 2018 slate of games, and what does it mean for Manny Wilkins legacy?
Ralph Amsden also checks in with Mission Viejo QB Joey Yellen, a 2019 Arizona State commit, as well as his head coach Chad Johnson.
October 19, 2018
(76 minutes) Ralph Amsden and Chilly discuss Arizona State's 20-13 Thursday night loss to Stanford.
What went wrong? What needs changed? Can the season be salvaged?
Stay tuned at the end for comments from Pac-12 commisioner Larry Scott from his press scrum at halftime.