NEWSLINE: Young Coug sees the swagger

WSU CORNERBACK Nolan Washington tells the Moscow-Pullman Daily News he's not much of a talker, but the facts say otherwise. In a candid, upbeat interview with the Palouse newspaper, the second-year freshman from Burien is nothing less than glib.

"I'm not going to throw out wins and losses, but from a team standing, where we are now and last year, this team has transformed," Washington tells Sandra Kelly of the Daily News. "(Will) that show up on the field in wins and losses? I can't say. As much as I want to say we're going to win eight games and go to a bowl ... but a team standing, you will see a team compete in all 60 minutes. You'll see a team getting swagger back and a team that is hungry. You will see young guys that are exciting and hungry."

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