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Hardison embraces competition, challenges

Hardison embraces competition, challenges

When Consensus All-American Will Sutton announced his return for his senior season, it was a move that naturally created quite a bit of excitement for ASU's 2013 season. Highly coveted Sun Devil prospect and fellow defensive lineman, Marcus Hardison, welcomed that news and the chance to share the stage with Sutton rather than attend a program where he could possible enjoy more notoriety.

"Arizona State was the first school to offer me," said Hardison who had 25 offers during his recruiting process. "I knew nothing about them. I didn't even know that Terrell Suggs went there. But the crazy thing is that the first day I showed up at Dodge City I had a bunch of Arizona State gear on. I had a (ASU) backpack and jersey – I just like the colors so I wore them. "So when they were the... Recommended Stories

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