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Sullivan looks ahead to Pac-10 schedule

Sullivan looks ahead to Pac-10 schedule

By his own admission, the narrow loss to Georgia was tough to swallow for Danny Sullivan. At the same time the ASU quarterback feels that the lessons learned from this game have to be implemented this week as the Sun Devils play nine straight weeks of Pac-10 contests starting with a home game versus Oregon State.

"I'd say I'm fine," Sullivan said of his performance in the 2009 season. "After the first two games and I played terrible on Saturday. The first half was horrendous but the second half I played a lot better and it's just a learning experience right now. "I take a lot of positives out of Saturday, it's tough to swallow that's for sure. I feel terrible that our defense played so well and we didn...

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