Arizona State faces backlash after college football bowl ban for 2023

Arizona State University announced that its football team was self-imposing a bowl ban for the 2023 season on Sunday amid the NCAA’s investigation into alleged recruiting violations by the program under coach Herm Edwards.The news did not sit well with many, who slammed the move by Arizona State’s leadership, and the timing, on social media.It did not go well at all.The announcement created a firestorm on social media, angering some media members, fans of the team, and others, who wondered why new coach Kenny Dillingham and a roster full of new players had to pay the price for the previous head coaching staff’s actions (and why Athletic Director Ray Anderson did not).Arizona State president Michael Crow also drew ire for his role in the ongoing saga.Many didn’t expect the Sun Devils to be great this season, but the loss of a chance to play in a bowl game still is disheartening to the players, especially the seniors, who had thoughts of competing in a bowl game on their mind prior to Sunday’s announcement.How do you feel about Arizona State’s self-imposed bowl ban for the 2023 season?More:What Arizona State players, coaches are saying about the bowl ban for 2023Social media slammed Arizona State over its self-imposed college football bowl ban:Pac-12 football power rankings:Conference has chance to make early statement in Week 1Reach Jeremy Cluff at [email protected]. Follow him on X, formerly Twitter @Jeremy_Cluff.Support local journalism: Subscribe to today.

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