PHOTO ESSAY: Raining offense in Seattle

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SEATTLE -- Alex Brink connected with 10 different receivers and the Cougars carved up the San Diego State defense to the tune of 654 offensive yards. The defense, after starting slowly, logged four sacks. The CF.C photo essay: Washington State vs. San Diego State at Qwest Field, presented in living Technicolor.


Dan Rowlands, Alex Brink, Kenny Alfred


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