SPOKANE - First-year Washington State linebackers coach Ken Wilson on Saturdays stations himself…
A coach's take on the Cougs
Well, if you ask Jim Walden, he's bullish on the Cougs' prospects. "I want to especially compliment Ioane Gauta -- I thought he was just superb at Cal," said Walden. "In every phase, I thought he was sensational and I thought he made it easier for Toni Pole, Xavier Cooper and (Destiny Vaeao) to do what they did." Walden is a big Deone Bucannon fan as well. "I know this might sound crazy to you but from what I've seen this season, and Cal really was a great example of this -- between Bucannon and that front three, that's four parts as good as there in this league, maybe even in the country," said Walden. "I know, but Pole, Gauta and Cooper, those are three salty guys who play good, hard and very organized, very technique-based football. "And in Bucannon, I'm already wondering what we're going to do next year … it felt like he had 20 tackles out there on Saturday. I'm already dreading next year without him. But let's enjoy him for now, because he is special." BUT THE COUGAR...
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