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BUZZIN' THE PALOUSE: Is Jeshua Beijing-bound?

JESHUA ANDERSON: WILL HE BE RUNNING IN OLYMPICS?

WILL JESHUA ANDERSON, the Cougars' freshman wide receiving sensation, make the Olympic team in track and field? The odds say no, but his steady improvement, coupled with the boost he's likely to realize from facing tough and tougher opponents as the summer unfolds, could put him in prime time.

Trackandfieldnews.com lists Anderson as the No. 9- ranked runner nationally in the 400m hurdles. So what are the Cougar wideout's chances at a trip to Beijing? It's good news and bad news for WSU fans. Anderson continued his mastery over the competition, and the record books, with a win in the 400m hurdles at the Pac-10 championships in Tempe last week. Anderson, the 6-2, 190-pound speed...

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