PULLMAN – First place is on the line. The game is on national television. The opponent is ranked…
Marks always flying high, even in WSU sandpit
Marks in February of 2012 was the rare 4-star recruit who chose Washington State over big-name suitors. It's even more unusual for the Cougars to have a player make the Jewish All-America team, an honor bestowed upon Marks (6-0, 176) as a true freshman last season. Stranger yet, Marks swears he loves the sandpit workouts that have become so notorious since Mike Leach came to Pullman. And strangest of all for a Cougar, Marks is a huge fan of former Washington Huskies coach Rick Neuheisel, who will forever remain public enemy No. 1 in the hearts of many WSU fans. "Rick's my boy -- he's a great guy," Marks says. Washington State fans will forgive Marks for his fondness for Neuheisel (who was still coaching at UCLA when he recruited Marks) as long as he keeps putting up monster stats. His 11 catches last Saturday against Idaho left him one short of the school single-game record. With 31 receptions in four games this year, he's on track to break Marquess Wilson's school record of 8...
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