FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE ANDY ROOF's April run in with the law, Cougar head football coach Paul…
Wulff talks trench warrior mentality and more
"It isn't the most talented player," he said. "What it takes is somebody who is extremely tough, who loves Pullman and wants to have that blue collar mentality and roll up their sleeves. We're not looking for the type of players who want the bright lights, we're looking for the type of players who want to sock somebody in the mouth." At a dinner gathering following the annual King County Golf Classic co-sponsored by Cougfan.com, Wulff said it's his job to educate players how to be Cougars both on the field and off. "We want tough guys who do things right on and off the field," Wulff said. "The battle cry we're talking is about leadership. For our program, the definition of leadership is about how you make guys around you better. It's about service." Wulff thinks that service mentality will allow players to be successful as players and as people. "That's the biggest thing that's going to help us turn that corner to make an average player into a great player because he's a team...
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