Cougar football: Points shortage a big issue Premium Story

By BARRY BOLTON Senior Editor
Date: Oct 22, 2007

WASHINGTON STATE leads the league in passing offense. But the true bottom line -- points on the board -- is another thing entirely. The Cougs are averaging less than 16 points per game in Pac-10 play -- an especially glaring problem in a league where the points pile up faster than I-5 traffic on a Friday. In a wide-ranging conference call today, Bill Doba offered insight on the points shortage.

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