August 18, 2011

Are you ready for Jeff Tuel to be WSU's savior?

Casey will brag and brag about his Huskies, meanwhile the Washington State Cougars might have the biggest ace up their sleeves and that's junior quarterback Jeff Tuel...

PULLMAN - As a true sophomore last season, Jeff Tuel completed nearly 60-percent of his passes for nearly 2,800 yards and 18 touchdowns. But the Cougars' coaching staff believes this will be his breakout season.

"He's done everything we've asked him to do and more," said head coach Paul Wulff. "Just more command of everything. More leadership. Bigger. Stronger."

"He's at a whole other level right now, going into fall camp, than he was a year ago," added offensive coordinator Todd Sturdy. "And, you know, that's just because of all the value he got out of playing last year, all twelve games."

I'd be on the Jeff Tuel wagon if he wasn't behind an offensive line that was less effective than the exhausdt vent defenses on the Death Star. What has been the common theme throughout the past few seasons? Physical domination by the other team.

Unless Wulff fields a much bigger team this year in terms of size, I think it will be the same result.

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