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Replacing Robbie: Enquist, Boeke up for job?

CHARLIE ENQUIST, the 6-10 project Tony Bennett took a flyer on a year ago, is living up to his end of the deal. Since arriving in Pullman last August, he's put on about 15 pounds of muscle and now tips the scales at 217 pounds. He's also worked hard in practice, says WSU assistant coach Ben Johnson. Given the family tree, Enquist's determination should be no surprise.

In 1984 at the Los Angeles Olympics, his dad Paul authored a fabulous tale of overcoming the odds when he and a partner won the gold medal in the double sculls. In the process, they became the first U.S. rowers, in any event, to take home gold since 1964. The feat was remarkable for two reasons. First, the double sculls had long been the domain of the Europeans. The U.S. hadn't won gold in that...

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