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If speed kills, WSU recruits are Murderer's Row

<b><i>QB Hall (foreground) and WR Gibson

<b>ONCE THE P.A. SYSTEM was fixed, assistant head coach Robin Pflugrad turned up the volume on WSU's newest class of football recruits Friday night. His highlight tape had the throng of crimson faithful thinking great thoughts, prompting one to quip afterward, "We've got the mojo." Actually, the <i>slow mo</i> may have been more accurate. With a remote in one hand and a laser pointer in the other, Pflugrad went often to slow motion so the audience could truly see the excellence on screen.

The bottom line? If speed kills, then this class is a regular Murderer's Row. The oohs and awes were abundant among the nearly 400 partisans as Pflugrad offered up several clips of each of the 20 newest Cougs at the annual Pierce County Cougar Club coaches' dinner. One of the most impressive was middle linebacker Greg Trent of Keller, Texas. He was so fast on blitzes that Pflugrad gushed...

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