With just a couple days to celebrate the holidays and the arrival of 2014, we want to remind fans to take a moment and visit the Thank You Sun Devil Football Facebook page.
There’s lots of great comments and feedback for the team. Players and coaches appreciate this stuff, especially the seniors who will be wearing the Sun Devil uniform just one last time next week in the Holiday Bowl.
675 Fans have joined the page, and more are joining daily to have a say about the program. If you’ve already joined, you can invite your Sun Devil friends right from the page or share this article with the link.
To go the page, click here. Here’s the latest post worth sharing (we wrote a previous article highlighting another post). This one’s from Cole Streeper who gave us the o.k. to add it to this article. Thanks, Cole.
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I was born a fan. I was in the womb for the entire 1986-87 Rose Bowl campaign and my dad made sure my first word was ASU. Yes. It’s true.
I’ve had season tickets pretty much my whole life. I’ve seen all the big games since 1987 and was there for the entire 1996 season and even traveled to Pasadena to watch the Rose Bowl in person.
We’ve had ups and downs, but not since the ’96 season has there been such electricity surrounding the program. Thank you players, especially seniors, coaches, and fellow die hard fans for helping take a first step towards taking this program where we want it to be and bringing such joy and excitement to me and all of Sun Devil Nation.
I’m grateful to Todd Graham for the class and integrity he has brought to the playing field and locker room. I’m proud of him for sticking to his guns through the scrutiny and truly reaching out to the community. I hope this is the first of many posts where I can invoke his name as the successful leader of a Sun Devil football team in subsequent years. Bleed Maroon and Gold and Go Devils!!
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Add your own comments to the Thank You Sun Devil Football page. When people in the football program (or any ASU athletic program for that matter) here directly from a fan, it has an impact.
Once again, Justin Prestegard deserves the credit for taking the initiative to set up this facebook page. You can follow Justin on twitter at @justin4asu.