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Serious Injury Gives Krula New Perspective

Serious Injury Gives Krula New Perspective

Zach Krula probably didn't expect his ankle injury in the third game of the 2005 season, to knock him out for the next season and a half. He certainly didn't want his Sun Devil career to end on the sidelines. After being granted a sixth year of eligibility, not only does the senior have a new lease on life, but also a stronghold as a starter on ASU's offensive line.

After a season-ending ankle injury in September 2005 against Northwestern, Krula has been in rehabilitation preparing for this final opportunity to get back on the field. "It's a dream come true. It's pretty much a blessing in disguise, I didn't think I was going to get this year back," he said enthusiastically. "It was just a weight lifted off my shoulders to know that I could play again... Recommended Stories

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