ASU vs. USC: Will Sutton fully recovered from injury

Doug Pensinger

The defensive tackle should be at full strength in Los Angeles this week as the Sun Devils face USC.

Arizona State Sun Devils defensive tackle Will Sutton had good news to report this week. Sutton expects to be 100 percent healthy as Arizona State takes on the USC Trojans in Los Angeles on Saturday.

Sutton went down with a bone bruise in his right knee on the second play of the Sun Devils' Oct. 18th game against Oregon. The 6'2, 271-pound tackle reported Wednesday that he doesn't have much pain in the knee, which is good news for the Devils as they face Matt Barkley and the capable USC offense. The Trojans rank 25th in the country with 465 yards of offense per game.

After missing one full game with the injury, Sutton did play on Nov. 3 against Oregon State. While he played at about 70 or 80 percent, according to head coach Todd Graham, he still forced a fumble that was returned by Junior Onyeali for a touchdown.

In seven full games this season, Sutton has recorded 42 tackles, including six sacks, with five pass breakups and two forced fumbles.

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