Bercovici: ASU looking to build off success

Arizona State practiced very well last week by all accounts ahead of its best game of the season and now looks to leverage that success against Colorado on Saturday in Tempe.

Following a 38-23 win over UCLA last Saturday at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., Arizona State is looking to build upon the progress that was demonstrated by its offense according to senior quarterback Mike Bercovici.

"The run game has really taken care of business and when the run game gets going everybody can touch that ball and it gets fun," Bercovici said Thursday. "That's really what the offense is. It's not a single receiver type of offense. Everybody can make plays. We have those types of athletes on the team. It's going to be exciting to see how we can get more and more guys involved."

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