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Cougs' voluntary workout is all business

KENDRICK DUNN

PULLMAN -- Maybe it's the water in Pierce County. Or just osmosis. Whatever the reason, Washington State senior wide receiver Brandon Gibson, a Puyallup product, looked all the world like he was channeling his position coach, Tacoma native Mike Levenseller, last week at Martin Stadium.

With Cougar footballers under the lights for a Thursday evening session of voluntary workouts, Brandon Gibson – a legitimate All-American candidate this season -- had no trouble preaching the gospel according to Levy to his mates out on the flanks. Coaches aren't around for these summer workouts, so the sessions offer a window into individual motivation and the power of peers. Gibson sat out the...

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