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Onyeali not satisfied with strong start

Onyeali not satisfied with strong start

Through the first four games, the ASU defense has been nothing short of dominating. Allowing 12.8 points a game, recording 14 sacks, and topping several Pac-12 statistical categories, the Sun Devils have been a force to be reckoned with. Junior Onyeali, one of the players leading the defense's resurgence, believes that this defense has the capabilities to keep improving every game.

"I think we are doing great and we have the potential to be even better," Onyeali said. "We are shutting other teams down. We are playing some of the best defense since I've been at ASU. We are getting turnovers, playing disciplined, and stopping the run. Most importantly we aren't letting them score. " Onyeali and the rest of the Sun Devil's defense, use the pundits' pre-season comments as... Recommended Stories

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