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Itching to Get Back on the Field

Itching to Get Back on the Field

Even though he had to sit out all of 2005 due to his transfer to ASU, former BYU defensive tackle Michael Marquardt was a bit restless during one short bye weekend. Watching a Pac-10 game on TV will do the trick.

"I stayed in town, laid low and took it easy," said the 6-4 289 Michael Marquardt about his weekend of forced inactivity. "I enjoyed the rest. Sometimes I wish I didn't watch football in the bye week, because all it does is make you wish you were playing now. I only watched one game, the Oregon-Cal game, and sure enough it got me upset (laughs)." After a year of layoff, the defensive tackle had... Recommended Stories

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