Kevin Camp

Monday Morning Twitter Pages: Colorado Edition

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The calendar flip to November not only brought about the end of Day light savings, inclement weather, and the CFB playoff rankings.  It also brought upon the realization for many college football programs and fans that their seasons are almost over.  Not all teams that have poured their blood, sweat, and tears into this game will get the opportunity to play in the Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl.  And not all fans who have dedicated hours of their time to the program nearest to their heart, will get to travel to Boise to see their team play for the Potato bowl trophy.   That is what makes college football so special.

In Tempe, all those special feelings apparently went out the window when the Sun Devils laid an egg against the Trojans.  The swell of fans that jumped on the train after two big wins quickly hit the eject button as the perceived “usual” Sun Devils showed up at Homecoming.  While the Sun Devil football team paid honor to service members past, present, and future by wearing a special Ranger themed uniform.  The fans that did show up displayed their own version of a camo theme in maroon, black, gold, and white shirts.  Although the old saying that ‘beggars can’t be choosers’ can be applied, I’m not sure what else ASU can do to spread the ‘Wear Gold’ message to its fanbase.  With the battle for Territorial Cup as the last game of the year, it’s the last chance for Sun Devil nation to be bold and wear gold to SDS.

Stepping off the soap box to drop another thunderous rendition of Monday Morning Twitter Pages: Colorado Edition.

FELONIOUS FANS

https://twitter.com/MichaelFosterSN/status/926972653084270593

AMBIGUITY

GONE… FISHING

https://twitter.com/SugaSham/status/925718295852015618

 

 

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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