Keller ignites big-play Sun Devil attack

Updated: September 29, 2005, 3:36 PM ET
By Ted Miller | Special to ESPN.com

Dark Helmet was right. Light speed is too slow.

USC and Arizona State, the Nos. 2 and 4 offenses in the land, play only at ludicrous speed.

Talk about two programs that throw spaceballs, er, footballs around. The top-ranked Trojans and No. 14 Sun Devils combine for an average of 1,208 yards and 106 points per game.

Folks, that's 69 percent of a mile covered against two SEC and two Pac-10 teams, as well as squads from the Big Ten and WAC, rather than a series of lightweight directional ...

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