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Much-anticipated X-ray provides good news

THERE WAS NOTHING positive about Saturday's outcome in San Diego for Washington State's football team. But coach Paul Wulff received some good news about an injured player he expects back in a limited role this week. He discussed that, the team's bye-week plans and much more during his Sunday teleconference.

The Cougars (2-1) won't practice Monday, but Wulff said he thinks junior quarterback Jeff Tuel will "be cleared to start throwing a little bit this week." Tuel, who suffered a broken left clavicle Sept. 3 against Idaho State, had an X-ray Sunday. "(It was) very good," Wulff said. "The bone hasn't moved or shifted." He said tabbing a return date for Tuel would be "speculation" at this point, but...