Last year, Arizona State admitted to stealing signs, using the excuse "other people do it, so why shouldn't we". And teams went to the extremes to stop that from happening to them. From Leach's complex (and funny) signals to Oregon's window shades.
This season, Mike Leach called out the Sun Devils for continuing to steal signs... But Arizona State has no idea what you're talking about.
"We do everything exactly by the rules. Period," Said ASU head coach Todd Graham in his media address on Tuesday. "I'm not going to get involved in things like that that are ridiculous."
Now, it should be noted, that stealing signs isn't strictly, illegal, but it is frowned on in college football, especially by the coaches.
It will be interesting to see how Leach and the Cougs combat ASU's perceived sign stealing. Maybe Oregon's bed sheets from last season will be on sale...
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