Recent history is proving me accurate.
Rumors are AD fired Graham to hire his buddy Herm Edwards. 😂😂
You realize ASU almost lost at home to Southern Utah, and lost at home to Oklahoma State who then lost in Stillwater to South Alabama.
Todd Graham got hated out of ASU and then Hawaii. He is now on non-field staff at a Dallas area preparatory school.
The guy was a total tool. His tenture at ASU kinda mirrored Jim Mora's at UCLA, in that they both enjoyed success in the first three years (with their best players being guys recruited by previous coaches), and their last three seasons becoming disasters. It's debatable which coach tanked more in the last half of their tenure, but Graham sucked hard:
The 2015 season saw a big drop off for the program as the Sun Devils finished a disappointing 6–7 with a 43–42 loss to the West Virginia Mountaineers in the Cactus Bowl. The trend continued into the next two seasons. The Sun Devils finished 2016 on a 6-game losing streak, which culminated in a 5–7 record. 2017 would be Graham's final season. The team improved only slightly, finishing 7–6. Graham and Arizona State agreed to part ways after winning the last regular-season game of the year against rival Arizona, and retaining the Territorial Cup. The Sun Bowl against North Carolina State would be his last game as Arizona State head coach. The result was a 52–31 loss to the Wolfpack.
Well, you have a lot of awful takes so let's add rhis to that list.
I though Dirk Koetter was pretty good too. Dennis Erickson failure was a surprise. With his non existent moral standards I thought he would crush it. Herm was a disaster.
46-31 and 2-2 in bowl games is nothing to write home about. It's not horrible, but it's not all that special, is it?
Todd Graham was and is an asshat.