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PRACTICE: Cougs have chip on their shoulder

JEFF TUEL

PULLMAN-- If there was one thing that stood out from the practice field on Tuesday, it was how comfortable starting quarterback Jeff Tuel looked at the controls. But it didn't start out that way.

Earlier on Tuesday, Paul Wulff said it was imperative for starting quarterback Jeff Tuel to have a good week of practice and shake off some rust. Tuel certainly looked sharp Tuesday, however things didn't get off to the best start for him. Early on, Tuel was nearly intercepted twice when the starters were lined up against one another. The first near pick came from DE Travis Long at the line. A...

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