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Carpenter Reflective as Last Home Game Nears

Carpenter Reflective as Last Home Game Nears

The beginning of his Sun Devil career was easy for Rudy Carpenter. As a redshirt freshman in 2005 he started in his team's last five games, helped salvage the season and led the nation in passing efficiency. From there on out, his journey had its fair share of bumps in the road, but as his ASU tenure inches to a close the senior is proud of his accomplishments.

"I never honestly would have thought it would be how it is," said Carpenter in his weekly press conference on Monday. "In 2005, I don't think anybody knew who I was, no one cared what I was going to do, so I just dropped back, saw a coverage and threw it up to someone like Derek Hagan, Matt Miller, or even Zach (Miller). Those guys made a lot of plays for me to help me look good. It's a lot... Recommended Stories

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