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Make no mistake: 2 QBs in Cougs' new class

ISAAC DOTSON

MULTI-DIMENSIONAL new Cougar Isaac Dotson is sure of this: he will play any position Mike Leach feels is best to help bring Washington State back to prominence. He's also sure of one other thing: Leach is going to have a heck of time playing him anywhere but quarterback.

Lest anyone forget that WSU's new recruiting class included two quarterbacks, not one, Isaac Dotson is more than eager to set you straight. The 6-3, 210-pound Dotson is listed as an "athlete" on most recruiting lists because he projects into a wide variety of positions after a versatile, star-studded prep career. Scout.com rated him one of the top 100 safety prospects in the nation. Quarterback...

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