Nov. 21, 2012
By Mike Chaput
What would a win over ASU mean for the program?
Casey Skowron: "Obviously, it's something that we need and want. We'll have to go out and play has hard as we can."
How are the coaches getting the team in the right mindset for facing ASU?
Casey Skowron: "We all know what mind set we need to be in. The coaches remind us to stay hungry and humble and we all know what we have to do."
Jamar Allah: "It's an in-state rival and it's an important game for usbecause it'll determine what bowl game we go to."
With this being your first Territorial Cup game, what are you expecting?
Casey Skowron: "Anything can happen during a rivalry game. Both teams are going to give everything they have and hopefully it will come out in our favor."
Jamar Allah: "Both teams playing will be giving it their all and playing hard."
Growing up in Phoenix, what history do you know of this game?
Casey Skowron: "I've grown up around it. I lived really close to ASU and it's something I've been looking forward to for the whole year."
What was the mood around the team after getting their first road win last week?
Casey Skowron: "It was great. It was nice being able to go back into the locker room and celebrate with teammates and have a good plane ride back. It was something we needed and something we deserved."
Jamar Allah: "It showed that we can turn things around and prove everyone wrong, that we can win on the road."