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BROOKINGS, S.D. --  We're less than two weeks from the start of South Dakota State's football season, and one reason the Jacks think they can live up to their preseason number six ranking is number six, quarterback Austin Sumner.

2013 will be the Brandon Valley's alums third year as starter.  Sumner enters the season less than 2,000 yards shy of become SDSU's all time leading passer.

Austin's gotten better every year, and this year Coach Stig says the Jacks are upping their investment in number six.


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