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Cougar starting units look sharp

Eric Frampton

PULLMAN—It is nearly impossible to talk to a Washington State football player or coach these days without hearing the phrase "three-game season." From coach Bill Doba to star tailback Jerome Harrison to the last backup on the bench, it's clear everyone on the team is well aware of the task at hand. With three weeks left in the regular season, the Cougars need three wins in order to play in a bowl game. After Wednesday's practice, it was no different.

"Our mindset is to beat Arizona State. It's a three-game season now," said safety Eric Frampton. "We're excited about this week," added offensive tackle Charles Harris. "It's a three-game season for us, so that's what we're focused on. We have to win this week." While Frampton and the defense has been much-maligned in giving up 41.8 points per Pac-10 game in five conference losses, Harris is...

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