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SLIDESHOW: WSU Football Insider Photos

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PULLMAN, Wash. - KHQ/SWX intern Kiera Musgrove was in Pullman the last two weeks of Washington State's media availability and came away with more than 60 great pictures of the action.

We've got pictures of head coach Mike Leach, linebacker Darryl Monroe, running back Jeremiah Laufasa, wide receiver Gabe Marks, cornerback Nolan Washington and safety Taylor Taliulu.

Also, take a look at some behind-the-scenes action of SWX producer Neil Stover working on his weekly report with Spokesman-Review WSU beat writer Christian Caple as the multifaceted SWX anchor/reporter John Collett does his magic behind the camera.
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