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Cougs have a little Georgia on their mind

BRENT SPIVEY

GEORGIA IS KNOWN for peaches, peanuts, Coca-Cola and… being the home of future Cougars? With strong Wazzu recruiting ties to the area, Paul Wulff and Washington State have offered not one, two or even three, but four defensemen out of the same school in the Empire State of the South.

Paul Wulff isn't targeting large amounts of JC players, but some junior college talent can be a decided plus -- see what Brandon Rankin is doing this fall camp for the Cougs. Also, one area where there projects to be more of an immediate need for '11 and beyond is on the defensive line. And the Cougs have offered three 2011 class d-linemen, plus a linebacker, out of the same junior college in...

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