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MAX GAMA

LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT, fleet-footed safety prospect Max Gama thought he was a month or so away from making his college choice. It turns out he didn't need anywhere close to that long to decide. The 6-1, 195-pounder from La Mirada, Calif., tells CF.C he called Paul Wulff on Thursday and pledged crimson.

Max Gama has verbally committed to WSU. He wasn't the only one giving a thumbs up to the Cougs. "My dad and my coach said, 'Just go for it,'" said Gama. "And I kinda wanted to get it over with...so I just called coach Wulff and committed. "It's the Pac-10, it's big. I know the program is rebuilding -- and I also know they're building a good team." Wulff...

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