It's not fun, it's not flashy, but it's necessary.
Arizona State has participated in the "It's On Us" social media campaign to stop domestic violence by having their players write out a reason a personal reason why they won't participate in the issue that has affected so many college campuses (as well as the NFL).
Head coach Todd Graham tells each player to put a picture of a person who has been a major influence on their lives in their locker, and quarterback Taylor Kelly told ESPN he and a group of seniors got the idea to join "It's On Us" after noticing many of the Sun Devils' chosen influencers were women.
“The more you hear something, over and over, the more of an impact it has,’’ he said. “We figured, why not take it a step further and write it down? Then you really own it."