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Sport Arizona State futility: 6-play, 9-yard drive lasts nearly 5 minutes

14:15  19 september  2021
14:15  19 september  2021 Source:   touchdownwire.usatoday.com

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Herman Edwards and Arizona State were downed by BYU late Saturday, 27-17. The Sun Devils also managed to create one of the most inept offensive series in college football history, forget just 2021.

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Arizona State somehow managed to eat up almost 5 minutes on a 6-play drive that gained all of 9 yards. Forget drive, a crawl is more like it.

The Sun Devils were flagged for 4 false starts in the sequence.

At least in track and field, they have the sense to disqualify you after two false starts.

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