The Sun Devils ended their 15-game losing streak by beating No. 22 USC at home in front of a raucous student crowd, who stayed after the game to chant the players' and coaches' names.
It's Herb Sendek's first ever Pac-10 win and ASU's first win over a ranked opponent since it beat Memphis in the NCAA tournament in March 2003.
And ASU will not become the first basketball team in Pac-10 history to go winless in conference play.
In other news, reports that Sendek is attempting to schedule all future home games on Sunday are not true.