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Cougs lack PG? Think again, says Woolridge

ROYCE WOOLRIDGE

PULLMAN – Ken Bone has said it before. So have others: Royce Woolridge is not a natural point guard. The redshirt junior loves hearing that. There's been no better motivational tool. After spending hours studying film and getting advice from a former NBA point guard, Woolridge says he and the Cougs have a chip on their shoulder and a stronger bond. It's even found in the way they break the huddle.

During practice this offseason, the Cougs began breaking their huddles by saying, "Family on three…" Bone and the Cougar coaches told them when it comes to words like that, they need to be backed up with actions. Woolridge said he and his teammates have been doing exactly that. And when it comes to the point, Woolridge says he's all-in. "Point guard is something I feel like I can play, I...

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