By Wade Peery, On3 Sports: When he took the job this offseason, Kenny Dillingham knew that the Sun Devils would likely face NCAA sanctions.
So, he put a special trigger in his contract that would deal with the sanctions when they came. Since the Sun Devils recently self-imposed a bowl game ban, Dillingham’s 5-year contract is likely now a 6-year deal, according to John Canzano.
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