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Jeremiah Armenta / THE STATE PRESS
True freshman Keegan Herring, No. 24, is chased by Temple's Garrett Shultz Thursday during ASU's first game of the season. Herring set a new ASU record for the most yards by a running back in his first game with 134 yards on 12 carries.
Keegan Herring could get used to this whole college football thing. The true freshman from Peoria carried the ball 12 times for 134 yards and a touchdown in his first collegiate, game as ASU rolled to a 63-16 win over Temple in front of 50,049 spectators on Thursday night at Sun Devil Stadium.

"Keegan got out to a good start, and to anyone who saw us in camp that shouldn't come as a surprise," ASU coach Dirk Koetter said afterward. "He ran tonight just like he ran at Camp Tontozona."

SRC beefs up security with ID check

The Student Recreation Complex now requires all visitors to show an ID whether or not they're working out in hopes of putting an end to a recent increase in locker-room thefts.

Police logs from the ASU Department of Public Safety show six thefts and burglaries -- excluding bicycle thefts -- were reported at the SRC in April, up from three the month before.

SRC pool closes due to chlorine imbalance

Swimmers looking for a reprieve from the heat were forced to look elsewhere when the Student Recreation Complex pool unexpectedly closed for a day and a half to fix a chemical imbalance.

Early Tuesday morning, ASU health officials told SRC staff members to shut down the pool while the amount of chlorine was adjusted to fit health code regulations.
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Wristbands have little effect


Danielle Peterson / THE STATE PRESS
ASU football fans show their support at the first game of the season Thursday evening at Sun Devil Stadium.
As ASU kicked off its football season Thursday night, a new policy regarding seating within the student section was ushered in with little success.

Intent on thinning out the six over-populated lower sections of Sun Devil Stadium, students were issued color-coded wristbands corresponding to the section from which they were required to watch the game.
SPORTS

Keller answers the bell at QB

It's not easy replacing a record-setting quarterback.

After Thursday night's season-opening performance against Temple, junior Sam Keller knows that he still has a lot of work to do to fully emerge from Andrew Walter's shadow.
SPORTS

Volleyball wishing for luck at Shamrock Invite

Off to a rocky start this season, the ASU volleyball team will look to bounce back today at the Shamrock Invitational in South Bend, Ind.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Lord of the Discs


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SWEET VENGEANCE

Revenge feels good, especially when directed at a group who has wronged you.

Just ask ASU business senior Jared Mercier and his alter-ego "Scott Ron."
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Meet the LOTD Production Team

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Health Fraud: Your favorite smoothy might taste healthy but...

As you rush around campus every day, it's easy to grab a quick snack in the form of trendy drinks from Jamba Juice or Starbucks.
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