Kerry Crowley is a native San Franciscan working on a combined bachelor's and master's degree in journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. Kerry covers a variety of sports for House of Sparky, but his true passion is football. He is also a play-by-play commentator and is pursuing a career in live television and radio.
Grandville Taylor has enjoyed an incredible journey as a Sun Devil. This fall, the linebacker hopes to continue his ride from walk-on to starter and help lead Arizona State to the Rose Bowl.
Is Herb Sendek still the right man to lead the Sun Devil basketball squad? House of Sparky debates the question as part of our ASU Basketball Year in Review series.
The Sun Devils' defense has fans dreaming of the Rose Bowl. Though Arizona State faces stiff competition, Carl Bradford is one playmaker who won't back down.
On Jan. 26th, Carrick Felix reminded Sun Devil fans about the responsibility of wearing the maroon and gold. There's a legacy to protect, and even in victory, that legacy should never be compromised.
Jordan Bachynski typically stands head and shoulders above his opponents and on December 8th, he certainly played like it. The 7-foot-2 giant secured the first triple-double in ASU history.
As soon as this team sucked you in with its fast-paced style, it sent you away in tears after failing to capitalize on a chance at making the NCAA tournament.
In the closing seconds, Arizona State senior Carrick Felix reminded the UCLA Bruins that college basketball is played for a full 40 minutes.
A year after setting a new record for catches by an Arizona State tight end, Chris Coyle is back and plans on contributing in a different way. The rising senior hopes his physical style of blocking can pave the way to a Rose Bowl.
Six different Sun Devils recorded 40-point seasons, but only one could earn our 2012-2013 Most Valuable Player. Arizona State captain Colin Hekle turned in a season for the ages, and that's why he gets our award.
Arizona State will move on to second round action in the NIT after a resounding 83-68 victory against the Detroit Titans on Wednesday night.
While the slipper didn't fit this year, that doesn't mean that Arizona State can't make waves in a different way. The Sun Devils will attempt to become the darlings of the NIT and their quest to do so begins on Wednesday night.
The Sun Devil football team is back in action. Check out what Todd Graham had to say, how the depth charts look to be shaking out, and who made a big impression on Day 1.
By passing for more than 3,000 yards and tossing 29 touchdowns, Taylor Kelly earned the right to move into spring practices as the No. 1 quarterback on the depth charts. But after Kelly, who's battling to be No. 2?
After beating Stanford, the Sun Devils must take on the Pac-12 tournament's No. 1 seed, the UCLA Bruins. A victory would send Arizona State to the conference semifinals, but does that help their tournament chances?
Though the Sun Devils' goal of winning a title came up short, they hold the distinction of defeating NCAA Division 1 opponent Penn State.
The Sun Devils must win four games in four days if they want a chance to go dancing. It's a tough road ahead, and it starts with a matchup against the Stanford Cardinal.
The Sun Devils need a win to keep at-large hopes alive, but they'll face a tall task in their rivals from Tucson on Saturday.
The best rivalries are often the most evenly matched. The battle between the Sun Devils and the Wildcats is no exception as each team has won five of the past 10 games in the series.
After mounting an incredible comeback on Tuesday night, Arizona State fell just short of reaching the ACHA championship game and suffered a 6-4 defeat to the No. 9 Lindenwood Lions.
Which Sun Devil player should fans be on the lookout for in spring practices? If 2012 is any indication, freshmen are likely to make big impacts this season. The top candidate to do that this year is highly touted linebacker Chans Cox.
Few could have predicted the Sun Devils would take both games from Arkansas this weekend, but it was surely impossible to guess that Arizona State would end its final game in a tie.
In an attempt to appeal to a younger audience and provide a more contemporary image of Sparky, ASU Athletics has partnered with Disney to create a new image for the iconic mascot.
The Sun Devils put up a tough fight, but the UCLA Bruins proved that winning on the road is easier said than done in Pac-12 conference play.
The Sun Devils need to win to secure a tournament berth, but the Bruins will be hungry to get even after an 18-point loss to Arizona State in Tempe earlier this year.
As spring ball rolls around in just three weeks, we take a look at the five biggest question marks surrounding the Sun Devil football program as it prepares for the 2013 season.
Sun Devil fans will have their final opportunity to cheer on the seniors at home on Saturday night against Washington. Chris Colvin, Carrick Felix, Joey Hormes and Ruslan Pateev have given their all, so it's time to pack Wells Fargo Arena in support.
The Sun Devils have their hopes set on winning the National Championship, but will they compromise their 30-game winning streak against the Arizona Wildcats to improve their odds?
Arizona State needs wins down the stretch to pad their NCAA tournament resume, and they got a boost with a dominating effort against the Washington State Cougars on Wednesday night.
Can the Sun Devils reach the 20-win mark against a struggling Washington State squad? Wednesday's game provides yet another test during a grueling stretch of Pac-12 conference play for Arizona State.
At 18-7, Arizona State can't afford to lose any more games down the stretch. Colorado presents another road test, and the Buffaloes are eager to split the season series with the Sun Devils.