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ASU football offense review: QBs, RBs, TEs

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Post-spring report: Tight ends by Hod Rabino: "One of the most notable changes we will witness in ASU's 2016 offense is its increased use of its tight ends." [ASU Rivals]

Post-spring report: Quarterbacks by Hod Rabino: "No position battle in the spring gained more attention that the one for the starting signal caller duties." [ASU Rivals]

Part I: Q&A with Shawn Griswold: "Last week we sat down with Arizona State head sports performance coach Shawn Griswold for his thoughts on the Sun Devils' training and physical development. This is the first part of that conversation." [Scout.com > SunDevilSource.com]

Player capsule: Demario Richard: "Running back was Arizona State's most consistently impressive position group in spring football according to program head Todd Graham, and stability provided by junior returning starter Demario Richard is a major reason." [Scout.com > SunDevilSource.com]

Post-spring report: Running backs by Hod Rabino: "In a season of transition for the ASU offense, its RB group is a solid foundation to build upon." [ASU Rivals]