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What do you want to see out of Washington State in 2015 on the gridiron?

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There a lot of questions about the upcoming season for the Cougs, which ones do you have?

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When things don't go the way I'd hope them to in sports, I still try to find some sort of positive in the negative. I'm an eternal optimist, to say the least, so when the Cougars were losing to the Washington Huskies in the 2014 Apple Cup, I looked hard to find any source of positivity. Marcellus Pippins played a great game against the Huskies, a game that will be overlooked by many because of not only the final score, but because of how disappointing the 2014 Cougar football season was in total.

I can't tell you how the Cougars will fare in 2015, but I sure wish I could. However, there are a few things that I am specifically looking forward to watching this fall, whether the Cougars as a team are successful or not.

Will Luke Falk emerge under center in his first year as starting quarterback?

Will Peyton Bender shock us and beat out Falk in fall camp, completely disregarding the question above?

Which Cougar has the talent to be a top 100 draft pick pick in the 2016 NFL Draft?

How will the defense look under first year defensive coordinator Alex Grinch?

Will we FINALLY score a special teams touchdown?

What are YOU looking forward to the most for the Cougars in 2015? Sound off in the comments below!

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