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WSU looks to contain formidable UCLA run game

COLLEGE FOOTBALL INCREASINGLY has become a passing game. But any coach will, if he can, run all day long. Coach Paul Wulff said during his Tuesday teleconferences that the Cougars will have another opportunity to show their improvement in that facet of the game at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at UCLA (TV: Root Sports).

WSU (3-1 overall, 1-0 conference) lost 42-28 last year at UCLA, mostly because of its inability to contain running backs Johnathan Franklin and Derrick Coleman. The duo combined for 401 yards on 45 carries in last year's game. After that game, Wulff moved defensive end Sekope Kaufusi to outside linebacker and inserted C.J. Mizell into the starting lineup. "It was the best thing we could do at...