May 14, 2014

Denver quarterback Osweiler among ASU 2014 graduates

Posted: May 14, 2014
Former ASU quarterback and BIS graduate Brock Osweiler
In addition to learning the role of Broncos QB from Peyton Manning over the last two years, former Sun Devil Brock Osweiler has been finishing up his ASU bachelor's in interdisciplinary studies online and participated in this week's School of Letters and Sciences convocation.
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ASU graduate Brock Osweiler
Brock Osweiler, who earned a bachelor of interdisciplinary studies with concentrations in political science and sociology, shakes hands with Interim Director Duane Roen at the School of Letters and Sciences Convocation.
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Former Sun Devil quarterback Brock Osweiler, now a quarterback with the Denver Broncos, was featured in a Denver Post story about his May 2014 graduation from Arizona State University. Osweiler, who left ASU as a junior to join the NFL team, has finished up his bachelor of interdisciplinary studies (BIS) in the School of Letters and Sciences with concentrations in political science and sociology.

The story highlighted the dedicated studying that the back-up QB has been doing on and off the field. Between learning the Broncos’ playbook, reviewing films, and focusing on physical training for his newest role, Osweiler completed nine ASU credits during his first offseason,12 more this spring semester and completed his required BIS internship working under fellow Sun Devil football alumnus Andrew Walter, a congressional candidate in Arizona’s 9th District. 

Article source:
Denver Post

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Maureen Roen,
College of Letters and Sciences