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Bobby Hurley On His Arizona State Program

Heading into his fourth year, process is tangible and exciting

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Syracuse v Arizona State
DAYTON, OH - MARCH 14: Head coach Bobby Hurley of the Arizona State Sun Devils reacts against the Syracuse Orange during the First Four of the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament at UD Arena on March 14, 2018 in Dayton, Ohio.
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As you probably know, Duke legend Bobby Hurley created some real excitement this year at Arizona State. His Sun Devils faltered down the stretch but they also proved they could play with anyone.

Here he discusses his recruiting philosophy and how his program has advanced. He landed a much-needed big man this spring - 7-0 Uros Plavsic from Serbia - and has shown he has the family knack for the profession (his father Bob and brother Dan are both highly regarded, but being Duke fans you probably know that already).

Arizona State seems poised to make another move up and compete regularly with the likes of Arizona, UCLA and Washington in the PAC-12.

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