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3-star tackle David Gusta flips to WSU from Fresno State

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Good morning Coug Fans! Long time no chat! That’s my bad — I moved recently, and as a first aside before we get down to business, moving during a pandemic is very weird. Getting WiFi set up during a pandemic is very weird. Our world continues to be very weird. But I missed you all! Chicago (which I have recently returned to) is still somewhat in panic mode, which I can tell by how nice people are to each other in grocery stores. From six feet apart with masks, of course.

Now let’s chat about David Gusta. I consulted my friend who knows more Spanish than I do, and she approved the following dad joke:

We gusta David Gusta.

I am so sorry. I’m positive he’s sick of that joke. In another life I made a more clever one, but unfortunately this is our reality.

A 6’3” defensive tackle/end, coming all the way up from California, we welcome him with open arms. He flipped from the Fresno State Bulldogs, and he also holds offers from the Arizona Wildcats, Eastern Washington Eagles, and Montana State Bobcats.

He initially committed to Fresno State on May 4, but upon further evaluation (and a potential sampling of our superior cheese) he changed it up! His Hudl has his 2019 season highlights up, which only reminded me how unsure we are for our own next season. Sorry to bring the energy down.

Rolo sent out the crimson bat signal and we’ve been celebrating ever since. Keep your hopes up for a 2021 season!

Please stay safe and wear your masks!

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