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Greene is succinct: Corners aren't cutting it

KEN GREENE

PULLMAN –- During his playing days, as a WSU All-American and NFL mainstay, Cougar secondary coach Ken Greene built a reputation as a hard hitter. So it comes as no surprise that he would cut straight to the chase when asked how things are shaping up at cornerback -- one of the team's biggest areas of concern heading into the '06 campaign. He didn't name names, but made it clear that the two guys penned in as starters coming into the spring could find themselves playing second fiddle this fall.

"I expect the safeties (Husain Abdullah and injured senior Eric Frampton) to be there (in the starting line up in the fall), but it'll probably be something different at the corners," he told CF.C Thursday after the final workout before the Crimson & Gray game. Abdullah and Frampton are returning starters from last season. At corner, where the Cougars must replace Alex Teems and Wale Dada, Tyron...

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