Arizona State coach Todd Graham says teams needs to be more aggressive

Sep 14, 2013; Tempe, AZ, USA; Arizona State Sun Devils head coach Todd Graham reacts during the second half against the Wisconsin Badgers at Sun Devil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Although his Sun Devils sport one of the most prolific offenses in the country, Arizona State head coach Todd Graham thinks the team still lacks necessary aggressiveness. Graham spoke about the problem with AZ Central:

We’re going to be aggressive. If it’s fourth down and less than a foot, we need to go for it. We need to play to win. Play with some confidence.

 

I feel like our team has to have one personality, and it needs to be aggressive. We need to be aggressive in punt return instead of just trying to survive it. Instead of just being glad we have 11 guys on the field and fair-catching.

 

We need to get after it. We need to go attack. That’s our style. That’s who we are.

A more aggressive ASU offense could spell major trouble for upcoming opponents. The Sun Devils are already averaging 489.4 yards of offense per game, good for twenty-second in the country, and their average of 42.2 points per game has them ranked fifteenth nationally.

The Sun Devils will take on the Colorado Buffaloes this weekend.

[Source: AZ Central]

Topics: Arizona State Sun Devils, Todd Graham

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