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  • The Golden Voice
  • The Golden Voice

    A conversation with legendary sportscaster and WSU alum Keith Jackson.
  • Anchor Man
  • Anchor Man

    Gonzaga Prep grad Travis Long holds down WSU's defensive line - no matter how much it hurts
      2009 and 2010, but Long earned honorable mention in the Pacific-10 Conference both seasons. The Cougars have moved up to the middle of the pack in a number of national defensive stats this season, and Long has helped the cause..
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  • Head Exam
  • Head Exam

    A Priest River high school football player's injury brings the concussion debate close to home.
      It’s every parent’s worst nightmare. As Bobby Clark ran off the field during his football game on Sept. 30, he collapsed. He was airlifted from Priest River to Spokane, where he was put in
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  • Trading Places
  • Trading Places

    A WSU favorite is back on the field, but not everyone is happy about Jason Gesser’s new position.
      At 32, the former WSU quarterback, who led the team to the 2002 Rose Bowl, looks younger than many of the players he’s now helping to coach at the University of Idaho. But he’s 10 years removed from his last college game and eight miles east of the campus where he set career passing records.
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  • A Receiver and a Gentleman
  • A Receiver and a Gentleman

    Spokane's Jared Karstetter is proving himself on the field and in the classroom.
      If anyone had reason to bail on Paul Wulff and the Washington State Cougars, it was wide receiver Jared Karstetter. Not only did Karstetter verbally commit to the Cougars before Wulff replaced Bill Doba as coach in 2008, but WSU has lost 32 of 37 games during Karsetter’s first three years with Wulff.
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  • The Big Man
  • The Big Man

    Eastern returns to the field to defend its title with one very large, very fast defensive tackle.
      Williams decided to change his dream to playing in the National Football League. A year from now, Williams’ NFL dream may be realized: the Eastern Washington defensive tackle is ranked No. 1 among Football Championship Subdivision (formerly NCAA Division I-AA) prospects for the 2012 NFL draft.
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  • Winning
  • Winning

    With some good luck and a late-season turnaround, the Shock are making an unlikely run at the playoffs.
      Erik Meyer is not moving. He lies face-down, mask dug into the turf, completely still. The stomp and roar of the crowd at the Spokane Arena usually shakes the concrete supports beneath the stands like
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  • Drive to the Championship
  • Drive to the Championship

    How a turn on the road to junior college took Nicholas Edwards to Eastern — and the FCS championship game.
      A famous philosopher — it was probably Socrates or Vince Lombardi — maintained that it was better to be lucky than good. Nicholas Edwards and the Eastern Washington University football team are taking no chances. They’ve decided it is best to be lucky and.
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  • Big Man
  • Big Man

    Some colleges thought J.C. Sherritt's height would be a problem. It's worked out pretty well at Eastern.
      Sherritt also attacks opponents who stray into his area of the field while in possession of the football. Last year, Sherritt led the Football Championship Subdivision with a school-record 170 tackles — a whopping 14.2 per game, which also led the FCS. He stands fifth this year, with 135.
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  • Only a Game
  • Only a Game

    The Apple Cup is a pretty big deal in Pullman, mostly because of what happens off the field.
      Last weekend, for the 103rd time in 110 years, the Washington Huskies and the WSU Cougars met for a good ol’ game of football. The Apple Cup happens annually, of course, but it’s only held over here in alternate years. Fans say that watching the Cup at Martin Stadium is special.
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