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Coaches, players look for rebound against ASU

BRIAN DANAHER

EVERYTHING, FROM THE margin of defeat to the offense's inability to move the ball indicated that Saturday's 52-6 loss at Oregon was the Cougars' worst game of the season. The Cougs, however, may get some key o-line players back from injury before this weekend's homecoming game against ASU and might quarterback Jeff Tuel also be ready?

WSU coach Paul Wulff didn't disagree with the notion the Oregon loss was WSU's worst game of the year. "I think this is the first game where they felt they didn't respond and play well," he said during his Sunday news conference. "There was a certain level of being rattled out there. "We didn't respond to their speed or the tempo they came at us with. I think everyone just felt disappointed. I...

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