Kevin Camp

Monday Morning Twitter Pages: Stanford Edition

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All the usual signs were present for the Sun Devils to lay a turd against the Furd in week four.  The lunchtime kickoff, a letdown after ending the winless streak against Oregon, or simply the plane ride to Northern California.  Despite all those factors, it was a lot of Love that did the Sun Devils in on Saturday afternoon.  The positive vibes of shutting down Royce Freeman were quickly forgotten as Bryce Love went over the 1000 yard mark for the season in the first half against the Devils.  Football may be a team sport, but on Saturday, Bryce Love was a one man Sun Devil wrecking crew.

Speaking of one man wrecking crews, Butch Jones and his Tennessee Volunteers tried to secure all of Twitter Pages to themselves on Saturday.  The pirate on the Palouse got loose Friday night after Wazzu “coug’d” the PAC-12’s chances of getting a team in the playoff by knocking off USC.  And Ed Orgeron became the $12 million dollar man down in the Bayou after his Tigers lost to Troy.

Five weeks down, eight weeks to go in college football’s regular season.  While the prognosis for ASU’s season may not be coming up Roses, the team is entertaining and continues to fight.  Speaking of entertainment, Twitter Pages is here to entertain you; so here is Monday Morning Twitter Pages:  Stanford Edition.

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About Kevin Camp

Kevin Camp

Kevin is a '96 Sun Devil grad of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Contrary to his last name, Kevin is not one to stay in one place too long. Kevin has called Washington, Arizona, Utah, and again Arizona home since his days at ASU nearly 20 years ago. A passion for photography in his spare time turned to a great opportunity to shoot Sun Devil sporting events. He has photographed Sun Devils football at Camp T, Tempe practices, Utah, and Colorado while shooting some basketball and baseball as the teams visited Utah. Now that Kevin resides in Flagstaff, he is looking forward to reigniting the family tradition of Camp T with his wife and son. Kevin is also the VP of the ASU Alumni Association Flagstaff club.

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