The team is 32-5 at home in that time, and you can make it 34-5 when you including the final two games of the 2011-12 season. The Sun Devils are 16-4 in their past 20 Pac-12 home games. Last year’s 16-1 mark was the best in the past 40 seasons.
SUN DEVIL BEST HOME SEASONS AT WELLS FARGO ARENA (1974-75 TO PRESENT)
The home crowd watched ASU beat its highest ranked opponent at home in school history on Feb. 14 with the 69-66 double overtime win over No. 2 Arizona.
ASU WINS VS. TOP-5 TEAMS AT WELLS FARGO ARENA
ASU 89, #5 San Francisco 70 (Dec. 3, 1977)
ASU 68, #4 Oregon State 60 (March 6, 1982)
ASU 77, #5 Arizona 74 (Feb. 20, 1992)
ASU 69, #2 Arizona 66, 2 OT (Feb. 14, 2014)
These season tickets accounts were super special this year. No matter what time the game started, no matter what day it was on, no matter who the opponent was, these Sun Devils used all their tickets for every game. It might not have been them, but they made sure a Sun Devil was sitting in their seats.
Didn’t matter if it was a 9 p.m. (a tip time that makes it tough during the week), or a Sunday game (which we have avoided for the most part), somone was in their seats.
They saw wins vs. No. 2 Arizona and No. 25 Marquette, thanks to Jordan’s walk-off block heroics. They watched us lose to Washington in the Pac-12 opener, then saw us run over eight straight Pac-12 wins by an average of more than 10 points per game.
They sat comfortably in Pac-12 blowout wins over Washington State (66-47), Colorado (72-51), and California (78-60). They saw us jump out to a big lead against Stanford and never let them get within striking distance (76-64). Against Utah in a 79-75 win we made them sweat by having to come back, while against Oregon we held on after having the big lead.
Who doesn’t like free basketball? We gave them that as well with overtime wins over Oregon State and of course the extra 10 minutes vs. Arizona.
So a big thanks to them and all our season ticket holders.
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