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Washington State was one of just two teams in the Pac-12 without someone selected in the 2021 NFL draft, ending an eight-year streak. But with a group of high-level Pac-12 starters choosing to return for an extra season, 2022 could be a banner year for WSU at the draft.
Washington State was one of just two teams in the Pac-12 without someone selected in the 2021 NFL draft, ending an eight-year streak. But with a group of high-level Pac-12 starters choosing to return for an extra season, 2022 could be a banner year for WSU at the draft.
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The QB battle is just getting started, and four other things we learned from Washington State spring camp

UPDATED: Sun., May 2, 2021

PULLMAN – There’s no telling whether Washington State’s football team will be able to maintain its streak of consecutive bowl appearances this fall (in seasons played with more than four games, that is) but after 15 practices in April, one can be sure the Cougars will be a more polished product in 2021 than they would’ve been without a spring camp period – the brutal reality Nick Rolovich’s program had to come to terms with last year.