Did Arizona State steal signs against Utah’s offense last week?

Did ASU steal signs vs. Utah?
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Utah center Siaosi Aiono said his team practiced in the huddle more often before Arizona State because the Sun Devils correctly predicted plays the previous year.

According to Salt Lake Tribune, Aiono and Utah quarterback Travis Wilson both suspected ASU coaches of deciphering Utah's signals. Utah recorded 33 total yards and no scores in the third quarter; when the offense switched to a huddle in the third quarter for “protection” the team managed 118 total yards and 20 consecutive points when the Utes switched to huddle.

“They called out a couple of our plays last year,” Aiono said, in the report. “So it was like a tool in our tool bag to have just in case we had to pull it out, and it worked out for us.”

(h/t Salt Lake Tribune)

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