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Pac-12: UCLA's Utahn is top offensive lineman

Published December 18, 2013 1:03 pm

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UCLA offensive guard Xavier Su'a Filo, from Timpview High School in Provo, and Arizona State defensive tackle Will Sutton each earned a Morris Trophy in recognition of the Pac-12's best linemen. The offensive and defensive linemen in the conference vote for players on the other side of the ball, so these awards have great significance. Su'a-Filo has started every game for the Bruins in his three seasons, with an LDS Church mission coming after his freshman year. He was named UCLA's offensive MVP in 2013, playing both guard and tackle. Sutton is a repeat selection, having recorded 11.5 tackles for loss as ASU won the Pac-12 South title. His interception preserved the Sun Devils' 20-19 victory over Utah.