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And then there were the kickers.

We’ve nearly completed the WSU Time Machine Team, needing to add just safeties, a kicker and a punter to the team. The safety vote is below and loaded with candidates. Two safeties will join 2002 Marcus Trufant and 1994 Torey Hunter in the secondary after they finished at the top of the cornerback vote.

As for the specialists? Well, I think it goes without saying that Reid Forrest should be the selection at punter. The only question is whether you prefer 2007 Reid Forrest, 2008 Reid Forrest, 2009 Reid Forrest or 2010 Reid Forrest. WSU has had some other good punters, but this is CougCenter after all so, Reid has to be the guy.

On the kicker side, another CougCenter favorite, Andrew Furney, is also a very strong contender. 2011 Andrew Furney does hold the WSU single-season record for field goal percentage.

Nominate your kickers and Reid Forrests below and vote for your two safety choices.

Poll

Which safeties should make the WSU Time Machine Team?

This poll is closed

  • 48%
    2013 Deone Bucannon
    (119 votes)
  • 29%
    2001 Lamont Thompson
    (73 votes)
  • 13%
    2003 Erik Coleman
    (32 votes)
  • 4%
    1981 Paul Sorenson
    (12 votes)
  • 4%
    1978 Kenny Greene
    (10 votes)
246 votes total Vote Now

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