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T&F or Football? Lamb Wants Both

T&F or Football? Lamb Wants Both

Many football prospects around the country are faced with the decision whether they'd like to pursue another sport in college or just solely focus on the gridiron. Some prospects, such as accomplished track athlete Bryce Lamb, are set on playing both sports in college. The fact that ASU has established programs in both sports just may entice the Chandler (Ariz.) standout to stay at home.

"I've been hearing from Arizona State football and Arizona State track and field," said Lamb. "It's good that they have good programs in both sports. The coaches in both sports don't mind me playing both, and that's why there's one of the schools I'm looking at." Aside from the Sun Devils, Colorado, Oregon State, Arizona, Northwestern, Air Force and Nevada have all offered Lamb scholarships and... Recommended Stories

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