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Frampton, Bruce named first team all Pac-10
Alex Brink was selected second team by the league's coaches, compiling a 133.14 quarterback rating in completing 241 of 396 passes with 19 TDs and 10 interceptions. The junior quarterback threw for 2,899 yards.
Brink's leading touchdown target was Jason Hill. In 10 games, the senior caught 41 passes for 600 yards and seven touchdowns in earning second team honors.
Named honorable mention were TE Cody Boyd, Sr.; CB Tyron Brackenridge, Sr.; WR Michael Bumpus, Jr.; OLB Scott Davis, Sr. and OT Charles Harris, Sr.
Last season, Washington State placed eight on the all-league team, with Jerome Harrison the lone first team selection. The 2005 honors included Bruce and Hill who were each named second team as juniors.
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