PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) - Gary Rogers waited behind Josh Swogger and Alex Brink for his senior year to start for the Washington State football team. The time comes for Rogers on Saturday when the Cougars open the season against Oklahoma State in Seattle. In three previous seasons, Rogers has seen little action. He has completed just 24 of 52 passes for 244 yards, with three touchdowns and three interceptions. Rogers says he'll enjoy running new coach Paul Wulff's no-huddle offense. He says it's fast-paced and gives him a lot of freedom.
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