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Hargis Improving After Position Switch

Hargis Improving After Position Switch

The Sun Devils' offensive line struggled to say the least last season and one of the prescribed remedies for the current campaign was to move sophomore Jon Hargis from the defensive line to left tackle. Hargis had to go from rushing Pac-10 quarterbacks to protecting the blind side of one of the conference's best signal callers.

"Defense is a totally different position," said Hargis, "You have one thing to think about, instead of four of five." Hargis stated that he has certainly had his highs and lows this season, but he knew that was going to be the case. He tries to put the struggles behind him and just focus on improving every day. "I've had my good plays and bad plays" described Hargis, "more bad plays than good...

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