IT'S A BOLD, if not necessarily novel, idea. Paul Wulff tells CF.C he is considering not bringing in…
Wulff eyes marked OL improvement under Morton
THE COUGARS RUN a no-huddle offense, but Morton said that deviation has little impact in working on gap- and zone-blocking schemes. "I've played a lot of things from power-I to wishbone, split back to chuck-and-duck," he said. "I'm comfortable with a lot of things." Including returning to the Palouse. Morton said he might be even more excited now than when he signed with WSU as a player in the early '70s or when he came on board as a full-fledged assistant coach for Jim Walden. And he looks forward to selling its virtues to recruits. "It's a unique situation in the Pac-10 and college football," Morton said. "There are not a lot of schools like Washington State that are in an agricultural, rural area. It's so fun. I can't wait to sell young men ... on what is waiting for them in Pullman." EVEN WHEN MORTON was on rival Pac-10 sidelines at UW, USC and Stanford, he said he followed his former team closely. He said those were...
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