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BREAKING: Cougs land 3-star trench mauler

CIRCA 2009

HE WASN'T REALLY sure what he would find on his official visit this weekend to Washington State. Other coaches from other schools had told him one thing. But what the 6-2, 290-pounder from the L.A. area discovered out on the Palouse was something far, far different. After leaving campus and once back in California, he sat down with his family and the decision was unanimous -- and he went crimson.

Brandon Tuliaupupu (6-2, 290) said the college-town atmosphere at Washington State was a decided plus. I actually committed tonight," said Tuliaupupu. "Just a couple hours ago, I was talking to Washington State and I committed. A big part was just the overall environment, I felt I could be there and really enjoy it for the next 4-5 years. The people there were just...

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