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Co-MVP who likes to play ‘ugly' trips to WSU

Co-MVP who likes to play ‘ugly' trips to WSU

HE'S QUIETLY PICKED up a Cougar offer plus others, and is in Pullman this weekend on an official visit. The co-MVP of his league, he racked up 81 tackles in 2009 though his versatility and athleticism are such he could probably line up on either side of the ball at the next level. But he doesn't have a preference on position, just as long as he gets to hit someone and look "ugly" doing it.

Vince Buhagiar (6-3, 230, 4.79) out of Concord Calif., about 20 minutes outside of Oakland, is trying to decide if for college he wants to move up the West Coast or stick close to home. He has two brothers that go to San Jose State, one of the schools that has offered him, and it's only about an hour from home. "The thing about WSU and San Jose State is they're polar opposites," said Buhagiar...

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