In this Oct. 10, 2009, file photo, Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel (10) attempts a pass against Arizona State during a game in Pullman, Wash. Tuel played just six games as a freshman before he was knocked out with a knee injury, but coach Paul Wulff believes he can lift the Cougars from the bottom of the Pac-10.
In this Oct. 10, 2009, file photo, Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel (10) attempts a pass against Arizona State during a game in Pullman, Wash. Tuel played just six games as a freshman before he was knocked out with a knee injury, but coach Paul Wulff believes he can lift the Cougars from the bottom of the Pac-10. AP
In this Oct. 10, 2009, file photo, Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel (10) attempts a pass against Arizona State during a game in Pullman, Wash. Tuel played just six games as a freshman before he was knocked out with a knee injury, but coach Paul Wulff believes he can lift the Cougars from the bottom of the Pac-10. AP

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