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Hot Cougar Action: Press conference Tuesday

Washington State players met the media on Monday.

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Just as it has been all season, Monday was media day at Washington State. Travis Long, Jeff Tuel and Deone Bucannon all spoke to the media with topics ranging from Stanford, to scheme, to bye week activities, to Bucannon's love of Papa Johns pizzas.

Along with the player interviews, WSU also released its depth chart for the week which features a couple of interesting notes. Jeff Tuel appears to be your starting quarterback while Gabe Marks is back out at outside receiver. On the defensive side, Anthony Carpenter is listed as a starting cornerback for the second straight week. You can see the depth chart and watch the player interviews below.

Stanford Depth Chart


Tuel talks, depth chart notes and a TV time - SportsLink - - Oct. 22, 2012
We have a few notes for you this afternoon, along with some comments from quarterback Jeff Tuel as the Cougars prepare for Stanford. Read on.

Washington State Visits No. 19 Stanford Saturday - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS HIT THE ROAD TO FACE STANFORD SATURDAY: Washington State University heads to Stanford, Calif. to matchup against the No. 19 Cardinal Saturday at 3:15 p.m. on the Pac-12 Networks.

WSU at Stanford - - Oct. 23, 2012
What it means for WSU: Quite simply, the Cougars are running out of chances to prove they can turn things around this season under new coach Mike Leach.

WSU Notebook: Leach needs team to get nasty " Kitsap Sun
Mike Leach continues to say his Washington State football team needs to get bigger, stronger, older and tougher. Not necessarily in that order.

Leach got Cougs’ attention, then let players rest on it - - Oct. 23, 2012
By now, Washington State’s practice last Tuesday has become the stuff of legend. Or at least the stuff worthy of discussion six days later.