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Davis Leads Strong Effort from ASU's D-Line

Davis Leads Strong Effort from ASU's D-Line

San Jose State came into Tempe knowing that they were going to have some serious competition. They realized that ASU's running game is strong, as well as their passing game. One thing that San Jose State might have overlooked though was the strength of the ASU defensive line and players such as Dexter Davis.

San Jose State posted a total of 115 net yards gained; 75 in the air and 40 on the ground. They punted seven times, had one fumble, and two interceptions. To sum it up nicely San Jose State was not prepared to face ASU's defense. Some of that credit belongs to sophomore Defensive end Dexter Davis. At halftime Davis already recorded three tackles, two for a loss, and one sack. Three of... Recommended Stories

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