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Cougs offer big foot out of Big D

Cougs offer big foot out of Big D

MORE EVIDENCE OF Washington State's continuing -- and expanding -- recruiting efforts into the state of Texas comes with news the Cougs have offered strong legged kicker Adi Kunalic out of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The Cougs lead for the 6-foot, 170-pounder who booted a North Crowley High record 57-yarder last season. He's planning a visit up to the Palouse later this fall.

Cougar starter Loren Langley will be a junior in '06 but kickoff specialist Graham Siderius has graduated and that means there's competition for a starting spot at WSU -- not just for the future, but for right now. "I've been talking to (Washington State's) recruiting coach (Greg Peterson) for a long time," Kunalic told Scout.com "He told me how it would be good if I came out and how I would be...

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