LUBBOCK — With back-to-back losses, a 1-8 record through his last nine games and his seat seemingly now steaming, Arizona State Sun Devils (1-2) head coach Todd Graham turned to the most successful unit on his stat sheet — the offense.
Down 52-45, ASU quarterback Manny Wilkins had 1:55 left to play on his own 25-yard line before he completed a 12-yard pass to Jalen Harvey that was followed by a pair of incomplete passes, a false start, a 15-yard sack and then a heave to N’keal Harry that was out of his reach.
Offensive linemen AJ McCollum and Cohl Cabral each caused fumbles with faulty snaps and Zach Robertson, who made his first appearance on the field this season, had two false starts.
But it was Arizona State’s offense that put Wilkins in that situation.

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