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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Jeff Tuel Headed To The Manning Passing Academy

Peyton and Eli Manning along with their father Archie and brother Cooper have been running a summer football camp for 17 years. The Manning Passing Academy has become well known in recent years for attracting the best quarterbacks in college football. While NCAA rules prohibit college players from attending as "campers" Jeff Tuel will be in attendance serving as a coach.

While he won't be attending as a camper, the three days should still be very beneficial for Tuel. As a coach he will be working alongside some impressive names. In addition to the Mannings, other coaches include Jon Gruden, Sam Bradford, Reggie Wayne, Marvin Harrison, Phillip Rivers, Andrew Luck, Matthew Stafford and Chris Carter.

Jesse Palmer will also be there so if Tuel is looking for tips on becoming the next Bachelor, he's in luck.


Pac-12 all over Athlon All-America teams - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
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Podcast: Bruce Feldman of on the Freeh Report and Mike Leach | July

Mike Leach's journey to Pullman, Wash. Leach's impact at Wazzu. Edit Mark: Leach discussion comes on around the 19:00 mark.

Countdown to Cougars Football with Adam Coerper - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Are you excited to play in the new Martin Stadium? Getting the opportunity to play in front of our home crowd is always a thrill. Cougar fans really know how to bring energy every down. The addition to the stadium will only intensify the atmosphere and bring more craziness to Pullman.

College football program pecking order of kings, barons; Mailbag - Stewart Mandel -
while Washington State is now too far removed from its last run of respectability to avoid the bottom rung.


Hawks on lookout for US talent - Local News - Sport - Basketball - Illawarra Mercury
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