Kevin Camp

Monday Morning Twitter Pages: Oregon State Edition

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There will be no chainsaw noise effects or blaring air raid sirens.  The ineptness of the humans in the black and white shirts will return to their off season careers.  Saturdays will no longer just be ‘For the Boys’.  And grilling in a parking lot while cracking open a beer may warrant you a ticket for loitering.  All these things and more are the cold hard facts of the college football season ending.

Speaking of ending, on a foggy Saturday in Corvallis the Sun Devils ended their one year bowl hiatus.  While the proverbial coaching seat of Todd Graham may still be on the warm side, getting to six wins was a giant step forward.  As the seven win mark is a possibility, those 5 win projections to start the season now seem awfully foolish.

Something else that is foolish, entering paragraph three with no mention of hate.  While some of the younger generations don’t truly get it, this is the week to dig a little deeper to understand it.  Here is a CliffNotes version to fully comprehending the hate directed at the school down south.  The year is 1958, ABOR is filled with alumni of the school down south, and ‘No on 200’ is burned onto the field at Sun Devil Stadium.

While the hate begins to flow through you, here is this week’s version of Monday Morning Twitter Pages: Beaver edition.

CREAM PUFF

NORTHWEST DIVISION CHAMPS

https://twitter.com/942Crew/status/932025930737786880

U4-ESQE

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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