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PHOTO ESSAY: Cougars 36, Stanford 10

DWIGHT TARDY

THE WASHINGTON STATE DEFENSE flexed their muscles and the offense, powered by a dominant o-line, eventually put some crooked numbers on the scoreboard in the Cougs' 36-10 win at Stanford Saturday. From defense to offense and beyond, presented in living Technicolor, this exclusive crimson and gray pictorial, as seen through the CF.C photo lens.

Bill Doba leads the Cougs onto the field Saturday for the Pac-10 opener against Stanford. Mkristo Bruce set a school record with five sacks on the day. The senior defensive end now leads the nation in quarterback sacks and was named Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week. Bruce's 25 1/2 career pass sacks place him third on the Washington State career list. DeWayne Patterson holds the top spot with...

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