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Cougs wow Bay Area athlete on visit

Cougs wow Bay Area athlete on visit

HE'S A SELF-DESCRIBED big-city kid. So he wasn't quite sure about Pullman, a college town, when he first arrived this weekend on his official visit to Washington State. But it didn't take long, he said, before the unique charms and atmosphere of Wazzu had won him over.

Vince Buhagiar (6-3, 230, 4.79) out of Concord, near Oakland, came away from his WSU official visit high on all things crimson. "I really like the atmosphere. You've got a Cougar sign on the floor of the Safeway, it's in the middle of the intersections, everyone is walking around wearing their crimson and gray. It's intense. And I like it a lot," said Buhagiar. The Cougs are talking most to...

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