Suder makes his way back west

Bookend tackles are sought every year by D-1 programs and one of the top JC players at the tackle position this year is Arizona Western's Joe Suder (6-6, 330). He's fully healed from an ankle injury suffered in the fourth game last year and he's ready to show teams that he'll be able to live up to his preseason hype. He spoke with about his injury and his journey to the desert.
July 30, 2007

Arizona Western Preview

Arizona Western head coach James Pryor has assembled a talented squad heading into his second season with the Matadors. He's very excited about his offensive leader and the talent he's got on defense could be the best they've had in years. was able to speak with Pryor and he gave us a preview of his top players and some other to keep an eye on this fall.
July 23, 2007

Roof Announces Suspension & Dismissals

DURHAM, N.C. — Duke head football coach Ted Roof announced on Wednesday that quarterback Zack Asack has been suspended from the university for violation of school policies and will not be eligible for the 2006 season.
July 19, 2006

Joe Suder Ready To Be A Blue Devil

When Reno, Nevada standout lineman Joe Suder committed to Duke in early November, many Blue Devil faithful were a bit stunned. Many knew this was a big commitment, but few knew much more about the 6-foot-7, 340-pound Suder. <I>TDD</I> addresses that issue and uncovers one of the more inspirational stories in the country.
January 25, 2005

Suder: "They Were Really Happy"

The Blue Devil coaching staff has some clear goals when it comes to rounding out the class of 2005. Most of them center around landing big athletic linemen who can help on both sides of the ball. Earlier this week TDD broke the story of the latest commitment, Joe Suder. Later we had a chance to speak with Suder on his commitment.
November 3, 2004

Devils Land Huge Nevada Lineman

A little under two weeks ago one of the top linemen in the state of Nevada told that if he had to pick a front runner for his services, it would be the Duke Blue Devils. That was terrific news for those in Durham as the 6-foot-7, 340 pounder would certainly help beef up the efforts in the trenches. Sunday night the front runner won the race.
November 1, 2004