Kevin Camp

Monday Morning Twitter Pages: Territorial Cup Edition

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The ninety-first edition of the Territorial Cup has come and gone, signifying the end of the college football regular season.  For the forty-first time in the long history of the rivalry game, Arizona State beat Arizona and reclaimed the Cup.  In many ways, the game played out in the same fashion as the Sun Devils’ season.  There was the slow start which resulted in an unhealthy deficit at the half.  After the half, the Devils woke up and took control of the game.  Only to let things get a bit tense for a few series before ultimately finishing Arizona off for the win.

Forty years before their first meeting in the Arizona Territory, Charles Dickens penned the Tale of Two Cities.  On a night as glorious as beating Arizona to reclaim the Territorial Cup was, one quote from this book sums it up so well.

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…”

This edition of Monday Morning Twitter Pages isn’t going to finish the quote, that time will come later.  This edition is about all the feel good feels of returning the Territorial Cup to Tempe.  It’s about honoring the fans that made this season so fun, and interesting.  It’s about reliving the Sun Devil win over the bitter rival.  Here are your Monday Morning Twitter Pages: Territorial Cup Edition.

THE CUP RUNNETH OVER

https://twitter.com/sundevilpat/status/934454480862449664

https://twitter.com/_ksw3/status/934571992769896448

JUST BECAUSE

SNEAK PEAK

 

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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