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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Coach Graham’s Success Versus The Pac-12 South





July 26, 2016

The measure of any football coach can start with a comparison against his peers, specifically against his own division. So, here’s a quick look at ASU football Coach Todd Graham and how he has fared against his coaching rivals over three and four year periods in the extremely tough Pac-12 Conference South Division.

Here’s a look at ASU’s record versus the Pac-12 South teams over the past three seasons:

2013-2015 (Last Three Years)
ASU vs. Arizona (2-1)
ASU vs. USC (2-1)
ASU vs UCLA (2-1)
ASU vs. Utah (2-1)
ASU vs. Colorado (3-0)

Now for a look at the record versus the Pac-12 South for the last four years (during Coach Graham’s tenure).

2012-2015 (Coach Graham’s Tenure)
ASU vs. Arizona (3-1)
ASU vs. USC (2-2)
ASU vs. UCLA (2-2)
ASU vs. Utah (3-1)
ASU vs. Colorado (4-0)

Some takeaways from this…

* Coach Graham is the ONLY coach in the Pac-12 South with a winning record against every opponent in the South within the past three years.

* If you combine the won-loss records versus the Pac-12 South for the past three years, ASU enjoys an 11-4 (.733) mark.


* Additionally, ASU has won two of the last three against USC, UCLA, Arizona and Utah.

* ASU is undefeated against Colorado.

* If you combine the won-loss records versus the Pac-12 South for the past four years, ASU enjoys a 14-6 (.700) mark.

* ASU does not own a losing record against any Pac-12 South team in that span. Only ASU and UCLA can make that claim.

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