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Montana Lineman Pledges to Sun Devils

Montana Lineman Pledges to Sun Devils

Ever since their days in Idaho, Coaches Dennis Erickson and Gregg Smith forged a strong relationship with Helena product Matt Hustad. The lineman committed to Montana, but once that tandem recruited him as part of the Sun Devils staff, Hustad started having serious thoughts about his decision. Before he visited Tempe he knew he may be ASU bound. A Scholarship offer today cemented his decision.

"I started taking to Arizona State about a month ago when the new coaching staff (with head coach Erickson and offensive line coach Smith) came in," recalled the 6-6 260 Matt Hustad. "They decided to bring me down on a visit. I know what they (both coaches) have done with other programs and I was looking forward to the visit there." Hustad said that he tried to... Recommended Stories

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