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Arizona State Sun Devils alum and current Arizona Diamondbacks player Willie Bloomquist took a bet with AJ Pollock, his teammate and Notre Dame fan, and evidently lost. At least Bloomquist was a man about it and honored the bet. Would have been funny to see Pollock dress up like Sparky.
A bet is a bet! I am immediately going to the rifle range decked out in camo and face paint after this! pic.twitter.com/M9D3tehPM0
— Willie Bloomquist (@williebloom) October 9, 2013
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Arizona Diamondbacks teammates Willie Bloomquist and AJ Pollock placed a friendly wager over the weekend. Bloomquist played his college ball at Arizona State. Pollock played his at Notre Dame. You can probably see where this is headed. On Saturday, Notre Dame beat No. 22 Arizona State in an exciting 37-24 game at a neutral site […]
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