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Bob Robertson, the immortal (and eternal) Bob-Rob, voice of WSU for decades, was interviewing Jackson, who honed and nurtured his own legendary announcing career as an undergraduate in Pullman. They were a mere four months apart in age – 86 at that time – and to Robertson, it felt in some ways like a valedictory.
Bob Robertson, the immortal (and eternal) Bob-Rob, voice of WSU for decades, was interviewing Jackson, who honed and nurtured his own legendary announcing career as an undergraduate in Pullman. They were a mere four months apart in age – 86 at that time – and to Robertson, it felt in some ways like a valedictory.
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Transcript: Conference call with Washington State defensive coordinator Tracy Claeys

UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 16, 2018, 1:32 p.m.

Minnesota head coach Tracy Claeys speaks during a news conference for the 2016 Holiday Bowl in San Diego. (Gregory Bull / AP)
New Washington State defensive coordinator Tracy Claeys held a 15-minute conference call with reporters Tuesday afternoon – his first media availability since being announced by the Cougars last week. Claeys spoke about how he spent his year away from the game, what he plans on doing with WSU’s defense and his first impressions of Mike Leach.