Kenny Dillingham, a day after signing a class that has the potential to turn around Arizona State’s football program, brought that same program to fill the seats inside Desert Financial Arena for ASU’s game against Oregon State.

The Sun Devils entered the day having lost four straight after opening Pac-12 play 6-1. ASU was in major need of a win.

Dillingham has been all-in with Arizona State since returning to take over the football program, so it’s no surprise to see the show of force to support another part of the athletic department.

And the squad got to take in a win.

The Sun Devils entered the halftime break trailing the Beavers by four. Then they outscored Oregon State 37-22 in the second half to walk away with a 68-57 win.

Desmond Cambridge Jr. (18 points), Devan Cambridge (14), and Frankie Collins (13) all scored in double figures to help lead ASU. The Sun Devils shot 47% from the field and 39% from the 3-point line. It was the first time since the UCLA game that ASU shot north of 40% from the field.