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Rypien & Leach have frank talk at WSU Jr. Day

BRETT RYPIEN

BRETT RYPIEN says he and his parents made good use of their time in Pullman this weekend. The 4-star quarterback out of Shadle Park High in Spokane had an extended conversation with Mike Leach, where they talked X's and O's along with all manner of other topics. Here's the rundown on Rypien's unofficial visit to the Palouse and where things might be heading.

"It went great," said Brett Rypien (6-2, 185). "I brought both of my parents down and had a really good day. We got to look at the new Football Ops Building and that's going to be unbelievable." The No. 9-ranked quarterback in the nation continues to say he doesn't have a leader. It was clear in talking with him though that the prospects of playing at Washington State, and a thoroughly...

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