Brock Osweiler has left a big mark on the Arizona St. Sun Devils, arriving in Tempe in January 2009 and playing for three seasons before declaring for the NFL Draft this spring.
We've been covering this young man since 2008, interviewing him before he even got to campus as a student. Ever since, we've been rooting for him to succeed on the football field, and nothing will ever change that.
To begin our NFL Combine coverage of Brock Osweiler, feel free to peruse a collection of House Of Sparky content that focuses on Osweiler's physical tools, leadership abilities and his NFL future. Check back later for predictions on where he'll go in the draft and what we imagine he is capable of at the next level.
House of Sparky Interviews QB Brock Osweiler
Brock Osweiler talks about the 2009 quarterback competition at Arizona State (December 29, 2008)
Recruiting Roundup: Brock Osweiler, QB
A look at QB prospect Brock Osweiler, ASU's lone 2009 QB recruit. (February 6, 2009)
Brock Osweiler is the future for ASU
The potential of ASU's young quarterback makes for an enjoyable football viewing experience. (November 8, 2009)
Brock Osweiler Excels After Steven Threet Injury: Will There Be Another Quarterback Controversy For ASU?
The quarterback situation for the Sun Devils just got a whole lot more interesting after Brock Osweiler decimated the UCLA Bruins in November 2010. (November 26, 2010)
Defending Brock Osweiler: The Tattoo Doesn't Make The Man
The internet caught onto Brock Osweiler's unfortunate tattoo snafu. His left arm is marked with the phrase 'Live Life To It's Fullest', showcasing an unnecessary apostrophe. We defended Brock's honor. (September 15, 2011)
ASU Football Win Over USC Has Sun Devils Poised For 'Brocktoberfest'
With a historic win over USC, the Sun Devils were 3-1 and in prime position for an epic October that would shape their season. (September 29, 2011)
ASU Legend Jeff Van Raaphorst On The Rose Bowl And Brock Osweiler's Future
Former Sun Devil quarterback Jeff Van Raaphorst talks about Brock Osweiler. (November 16, 2011)