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Rich Rod reacts to ASU stealing signs

Tucson, AZ - (KOLD) "Do we steal signals? Yeah, we do,'' he said. "Do people steal our signals? Yeah, (they) do." Well... at least he's honest? ASU head coach Todd Graham suggests he's protected by one of College Football's unwritten rules and he's not afraid to admit it.

During Monday's weekly press conference Rich Rod acknowledged Graham's recent comments and is aware of teams looking to gain the on field advantage. He listed off the strategies certain teams were using on the sidelines to protect their calls. Rodriguez says he has a counter plan and you really don't think he'd tell us do you... he didn't.

At 6-5 Arizona has the opportunity to deny the Sun Devils their 6th win which would make them officially bowl eligible, but they could still back door their way into the postseason. With 80 spots to fill this postseason in the 40 scheduled bowl games, there is a likelihood ASU could sneak in since not all 80 teams will finish 6-6 or better.

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