Pac-12: Rudy Burgess
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Here's the press release:
Burgess will join the staff as the Management Intern for Football and returns to ASU after a short professional stint where he saw time in the Arena Football League, CFL and the NFL. Burgess was one of the most versatile athletes in ASU history, having played wide receiver, tailback, cornerback, kickoff and punt returner and also throwing a touchdown pass during his Sun Devil career.
Burgess became one of only 14 players in FBS history to record over 1,000 yards in the rushing, receiving and return categories. He accumulated 4,379 all-purpose yards as a Sun Devil with 19 total touchdowns and was the ultimate team player and would do anything the coaches asked of him, including changing his position three times.