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Four-star NT: ‘Wazzu trip blew my mind'

Four-star NT: ‘Wazzu trip blew my mind'

THE APPLE CUP VICTORY was also a win in the recruiting department. A sought, 4-star junior college nose tackle prospect was in town and the crimson experience out on the Palouse "blew my mind," he said.

Marquel Combs (6-3, 310) out of Los Angeles' Pierce College is a prototypical nose tackle. His official visit to Washington State however was anything but typical. "It really blew my mind," said Combs. "It shocked me…. Washington State just surprised me, I can see myself there." What stood out for him? Everything. "The defensive play was great," said Combs. "Another thing was how they...

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