Todd Graham Single-Handedly Keeping AC/DC Rich

Arizona State coach Todd Graham has been a lot of places. So when he says "a lot of places" he's been have played "Hell's Bells" on third down, you suddenly realize just why "Hell's Bells" has been a popular song for so long. If Todd Graham works at 365 coaching stops per year, that's 365 more places playing "Hell's Bells" annually. Soon, it will be the only song.

SP: Any other ideas on making the game interactive for the crowd?

TG: One of the things we are talking about doing is making game day fun. Getting people down on the sidelines, connecting with the students, making a line when we run out, and stuff like that ...

On third down a lot of places I've been they play ‘Hell's Bells.' When our defense took the field, which is tough, physical and all that stuff, we would play ‘We Will Rock You.' When our punt team goes on the field, we call them the ‘sharks,' they will play the ‘Jaws' theme, so trying to make it fun like that.

Also, re: Jaws:

For more on ASU football, visit Arizona State blog House Of Sparky, plus Pac-12 blog Pacific Takes and SB Nation Arizona.

While we’re here, let’s watch some college football videos from SB Nation’s new YouTube channel together:

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