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FRIDAY, AUG. 25, 2006

The nightly news

While reading through some stories this evening, I noticed I didn't post anything today of interest to Husky fans.No, I don't have a WSU bias. I just didn't find all that much I thought you would be interested in. Now I have.It come from Bob...

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Short or tall running backs?

I was reading USA Today's college football preview, and noticed Mike Lopresti's column about the upcoming season. One of the more interesting notes he had in the column concerned the nation's leading returning rusher, Northern Illinois' Garrett Wolfe. You see, Wolfe, who ran for 1,580...

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Seahawks out of here

The Seahawks left Cheney – it's a good thing, really, because the Cheney police risk carpal tunnel every year with all the tickets they write – and Dave Trimmer caught up with Julian Peterson after the final practice. It's obvious Peterson is new to the...

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Golfing in copper country

One of the things the Inland Northwest is known for is its availability of affordable, playable and scenic golf courses. And that number is growing every summer. One of the newest ones is Circling Raven in Worley, site of this year's PGA Sectional tournament the...

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Hard to find

There's no doubt about it. If you want news about the Idaho Vandals and the Eastern Eagles, there are very few places either to get it (as in the case of the Eagles) or to get it for free (Vandals).While we were away, Dave Trimmer...

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