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September 3, 2011 at 2:34 PM

Quarterback controversy at WSU (kidding)?

Jeff Tuel, the WSU junior quarterback who didn’t start the Idaho State opener because of a stomach virus, got into the game with 6:14 left in the first quarter and the Cougars on top, 14-0. He led them on a field-goal drive that gave WSU a 17-0 lead with 3:03 left.

Marshall Lobbestael, the senior from Oak Harbor, actually was more efficient in his two drives at the outset, leading WSU to two quick scores against a team that was 1-10 a year ago.

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