In this week's 'Upon further review' piece, SunDevilSource breaks down every individual play from Arizona State's 23-20 victory over the UCLA Bruins and provides additional analysis on the Sun Devils' play-calling and personnel usage.
Each successful play for ASU is highlighted in green while each bad play for the Sun Devils is highlighted in red to provide additional context on each snap.
If you want to know what defensive adjustments the Sun Devils made to shut down the UCLA run game and make the Bruins' offense one-dimensional, what enabled ASU's third quarter offensive success after a lackluster first half, and how the Sun Devils' personnel rotations on the defensive side of the ball ended up paying off in the fourth quarter, this week's 'Upon further review' piece will provide you with a comprehensive look at Saturday's game that takes you inside of each play.
Why did a UCLA offense running a pro-style scheme with a handful of experienced offensive linemen fail to generate a push against ASU's defensive front?
How did redshirt freshman quarterback Brady White fare in his first collegiate start and how did Chip Lindsey's play calls mesh with White's skills?
How did the multiple series UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen missed with injuries impact the overall outcome and how important was the significant drop off in skills between Rosen and backup quarterback Mike Fafaul?