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Thomas Weber and Omar Bolden named Freshmen All-Americans by

November 27, 2007

TEMPE, Ariz. - Arizona State University football student-athletes Thomas Weber and Omar Bolden have been named Freshmen All-Americans in 2007 by, the website announced today. Weber was named the First-Team kicker while Bolden was named a First- Team cornerback.

Weber, a Lou Groza Award Finalist, is 20-21 on field goals this season, including a long of 53-yards. The Downey, Calif. product began his ASU career by making the first 17 field goals he attempted, a school record. He is the Pacific-10 Conference's leading scorer at 9.1 points per game and has twice been named the Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week.

Bolden (Ontario, Calif.) has emerged as one of ASU's top defensive players. He has totaled 24 tackles, broken up five passes and returned an interception 29 yards for a score against Stanford.

The Sun Devils take on in-state rival Arizona Saturday night at Frank Kush Field/Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe. The battle for the Territorial Cup will kick off at 6:06 p.m. on ESPN2.