By Noah Furtado, Sun Devil Source: Soon after Max Iheanachor completed his first-ever season of football at East Los Angeles College in 2022, he settled into an Arizona State dorm in January. There, he realized his future had forever changed.
“It’s all about the journey,” he said. “You can’t skip it, and you have to just let it all soak in. Man, I don’t know how to put it, but this is Power 5 football.”
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Only so much could be expected from Max Iheanachor Saturday, when he filled in for injured right tackle Emmit Bohle a year removed from his first-ever football season.
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