Arizona State’s Jackson He becomes the first Chinese-born player in FBS history | The Wrap-Up Show

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    Arizona State’s Jackson He broke the internet last night as the first Chinese-born player to score a TD joins the show LIVE to talk about making history in college football and why he chose the name “Jackson” when he moved to America at just 17 years old.

     

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