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Cougar visit wows Turner, UO enters picture

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TERRELL TURNER says his official visit to Washington State this weekend could not have gone much better. "It went great -- real, real great -- I loved it," said the 6-2, 225-pounder. Before the linebacker prospect even arrived home, however, another Pac-10 school got in touch, offered a scholarship, and has subsequently set up an in-home visit and official trip for this coming weekend.

Turner said everything on the Washington State trip was a plus -- from the weather to the Cougar players and coaches. "I loved it, the snow was great," said Turner. "All the players, they really like it there. And I liked that they all talked to me straight up, they weren't...

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