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Dri Archer finally happened in the second quarter

It took until the second quarter for Dri Archer to get loose in space, but on their first possession in the quarter, Archer used that speed of his and zigzagged through the ASU secondary like a whirling dervish for 44 yards. Later he drew a pass interference call in the end zone, which set up a reverse for him, scampering 16 yards for a touchdown.

Unfortunately, Matthew Hurdle was flagged twice — once for unsportsmanlike conduct (fighting back at a player who shoved him after the whistle) then another 15 yards for removing his helmet on the field of play. So that field position thing kinda hurt.