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Cougs' 4-star QB commit keeping busy

FUTURE COUG TYLER BRUGGMAN

THINGS HAVE CALMED down for future Cougar Tyler Bruggman (6-2, 202) since the 4-star QB from Arizona made his verbal pledge to Washington State. But that doesn't mean he hasn't been keeping busy.

Summer passing leagues, 7on7 tournaments – all of that pretty much came to a close at the end of June for Phoenix's Bruggman. But he's found something else to occupy his time. Recruiting. "We get July off for the most part, and I've been in contact with a lot of recruits since I committed," said Bruggman, rated the No. 2...

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