By Kevin Zimmerman, Arizona Sports: Resigned Arizona State vice president for university athletics Ray Anderson said on the final episode of his podcast that the potentially decade-long runway for the Sun Devils to adjust to the changing college landscape led him to step down this week.
“It would not have been smart, fair or in the best interests of the university to hold on for another two years knowing that I’m 69 years old,” Anderson told co-host Tim Healey on his final Anderson & Healey Show published Wednesday.
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Ray Anderson discussed his Arizona State tenure, not regretting the Herm Edwards hire and more on his podcast.
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