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Hargis Excited for First Career Start

Hargis Excited for First Career Start

Naturally, Jon Hargis would rather make his first ever start for the maroon and gold under different circumstances. Yet, now that he does have to fill in for injured defensive tackle Michael Marquardt, the former Mesa Red Mountain standout relishes in the opportunity to run on the field as a first teamer in front of his family and friends at Sun Devil stadium this weekend.

"I'm gonna be fired up for that," said Jon Hargis about his first start. "Having my family here, watch me grow up playing ball…I'm very excited for it. I think there might be some more people coming (to the game) from Red Mountain (smile)." The magnitude of the event isn't lost on Hargis, nor is his responsibility. "It's a chance for me to shine. They're giving me an opportunity and I have to... Recommended Stories

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