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New Cougs have hit the ground running

PULLMAN – Cougar freshmen footballers are now two weeks into class at Washington State. They've got several skeleton practices under their belts -- plus roughly a dozen 6 a.m. workout sessions in the books. And as we found out, these rookies have some lofty goals. CF.C sat down for a roundtable discussion with a quartet of rookie Cougars to talk about all that and more.

If these four are any indication, CougFans need not worry about an incoming class chockfull of timid players -- these guys are confident. When CF.C sat down with cornerback Daquawn Brown, quarterback Tyler Bruggman, running back Gerard Wicks and center Carlos Freeman, poise and conviction were in large supply. Most said they aren't looking to experience the 'ol five-year plan -- instead they... Recommended Stories

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