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Burgess Poised for Memorable Senior Season

Burgess Poised for Memorable Senior Season

Getting back into the swing of things won't be a problem for ASU's now senior wide receiver Rudy Burgess. He displayed his speed, hands, and workmanship at Friday night's practice at the Kajikawa Practice Facility in Tempe. Being the wide receiver with the highest seniority will be a new role for the Sun Devils' number 3, but it is a role that he is looking forward to take on.

"I'm going to have to show the younger guys how the system works," he said. Burgess added that it can be slow-going at first when exposed to the Tempe college environment, but once the team gets up to camp Tontozona next week, some camaraderie will start building. "Yeah there is real football bonding that happens when we're at camp (Tontozona) and we're all alone up there. It's kind of like...

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