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ASU Receiver Not Missing a Beat

ASU Receiver Not Missing a Beat

After fall's first practice signal caller Rudy Carpenter singled out receiver Mike Jones as someone who had a good showing. The QB admitted that he was a little worried about what he would see from the junior, after not participating in spring practice due to injury and ASU baseball commitments. Jones on the other hand was confident he would do well despite the lay-off the last few months.

"A lot of folks thought I was gonna come in here and miss a step," said Mike Jones. "I was a little rusty at first, but in a couple of days I'll be back to where I'm suppose to be – maybe even better." His schedule last spring was one where he split his time between football and baseball (and injuries for some of that time period prevented him from participating in either). He stated that unless... Recommended Stories

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