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Cougs not alone in eyeing more JCs

Cougs not alone in eyeing more JCs

COUGAR HEAD MAN Bill Doba said on Letter of Intent Day two months ago to expect more junior college players in WSU's recruiting future as NCAA eligibility requirements become stricter. His forecast appears to extend to all of college football. USC's Pete Carroll, who normally keeps his attention focused primarily on the preps, is headed to College of the Sequoias today, where he says the Trojans have identified 27 potential D-I prospects.

It wasn't like Sequoias, situated about midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, was an unknown commodity. But a good number of the Division I-A heavyweights didn't bother to come by last year. Washington State, Purdue, Mississippi, Texas Tech -- these were the kinds of schools who made regular recruiting trips to COS in '05. More will undoubtedly make the pilgrimage this year. "Quite...

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