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James Has Career Night Against Spartans

James Has Career Night Against Spartans

Robert James displayed power and agility throughout Saturday night's season opener. The defense held San Jose to only 115 total yards, and James with a team-high ten total tackles, one interception and one sack was a big reason for the way the Sun Devil defense stifled the Spartans. Devils Digest was able to catch up with him after the game.

"I told all the guys before the game started that we can't let them score on us," recalled James. "If they don't score on us we can't lose. We got to get three-and-out. We have to make them work." The ASU defense put in a lot of time watching video on San Jose in their preparation for tonight's game. "We expected a lot more from them so they kind of made it simple for us," James said. "It was... Recommended Stories

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