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BREAKING NEWS: Cougs land California corner

FRANK GOES CRIMSON

WASHINGTON STATE hosted cornerback Kevin Frank this past weekend and there wasn't a whole lot of suspense to it. He expected the Cougs to offer, and they did, and he knew he was going to verbally commit to Wazzu immediately. Formerly committed to BSU, the three star prospect will arrive at Washington State as a corner, but could also get looks at receiver and return man.

Elk Grove (Calif.) cornerback Kevin Frank (5-11, 190) had been committed to Boise State since late in the fall, but his dream to play in the Pac-10 wouldn't go away. This past weekend, Washington State told him that if he visited, they'd extend an offer, so Frank visited Pullman. When the Cougars kept their end of the bargain, it didn't take Frank long to say yes. "I mean, there is nothing...

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