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Bell sees opportunity with ASU's offense

Bell sees opportunity with ASU's offense

In a midst of a season characterized by offensive struggles, it would be natural for a player such as George Bell to second think his decision to pledge to the Sun Devils. Yet, the talented wide receiver, who signed his Letter of Intent today with Arizona State, is excited to meet the challenges and be part of the turnaround on this side of the ball.

"I've been wanting this so bad," Bell said of coming to ASU. "I could feel it coming for so long and now it's here I just don't know what to do because I'm so excited." The 6-3 185 George Bell prepped at San Diego High School, and due to his academic standing he didn't receive any offers from Division I schools and signed with Southern Oregon, a NAIA school. However, once there he realized that...

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