College Stadium Review: Wells Fargo Arena

The Arizona State Sun Devils are in one of the most storied of basketball conferences in the PAC 12 Conference. ASU plays in the South Division which includes national powerhouse programs such as Arizona and UCLA, both of which knows all about winning NCAA Tournaments. The Sun Devils would like to find out what that is like too.

Wells Fargo Arena

Arizona State plays their home games at Wells Fargo Arena in Tempe Arizona. It opened in 1974 and holds over 14,000 Sun Devils fans.

Arizona State plays their home games at Wells Fargo Arena in Tempe Arizona. It opened in 1974 and holds over 14,000 Sun Devils fans. The fans are hungry for a winner to cheer for as their beloved Sun Devils have made only three NCAA Tournaments in the 2000s. They have turned the head coaching responsibilities over to a man who knows NCAA Tournament success – Bobby Hurley who starred as a point guard for Duke in the early 1990s. He is no stranger to Final Fours. As a head coach, he took Buffalo to the Big Dance just one season ago.
ASU fans would love to see the Sun Devils enjoys some of the hardwood success that their instate rivals, the Arizona Wildcats have enjoyed. They have made the Elite Eight in 1975 and has been to the Sweet Sixteen as recently as 1995. This season’s home schedule will include some great games against the likes of Belmont, Texas A&M, Arizona, Oregon, Oregon State, USC and UCLA. With games like this at Wells Fargo Arena you will not want to miss any of the great PAC 12 action.
Every seat is a great seat and you can enjoy all your favorite concession items while cheering on your Sun Devils to victory. The new era of Sun Devils basketball begins soon, so don’t miss out on a chance to watch history in the making at Wells Fargo Arena this season!
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