Arizona State might be Michigan State's kryptonite. But Arizona State's kryptonite is whoever it plays after Michigan State. This time it was Colorado which came away with a 34-31 over ASU on Saturday night in the Pac-12 opener for both at Sun Devils Stadium.
The ASU offense finally showed some signs of life, racking up 453 yards but the defense could not make enough stops. It gave up 477 and allowed as many points in the first half to the Buffaloes (3-1, 1-0) as it had to the first three opponents total, 21.