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Wulff likes Tuel's moxie; Feagin, AL move up

ANTHONY LAURENZI

JEFF TUEL IS just a true freshman, but he does not lack confidence. He predicted during practice this week that WSU not only would be competitive in Saturday's homecoming game against Arizona State at Martin Stadium, Tuel said he expects the Cougars to win the game. Meanwhile, two first time starters look poised to line up on the Cougars' d-line on Saturday.

During his Thursday news conference, WSU coach Paul Wulff was asked if he agreed with Tuel's sentiment or if it was just youthful exuberance? "I think it's a combination of both," said Wulff, adding that he did not have an issue with Tuel's remarks. "I think we have some young guys who are highly competitive. We feel that's where we're headed with high expectations among ourselves." Tuel injured...

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