"Nothing's changed really," Cole said. "I'm going to Oregon State this weekend, Northwestern on the 11th and Cal on the 18th. Coach Neuheisel is pushing, though. He wants me to be a Dawg."
Ryan maintains that he believes he'll be able to take his visits and announce his intentions on January
21st. "I should know by then, or at least be very close on the specifics," he said. He claims no
leader from a list that includes Washington, Oregon, Oregon State, Northwestern and
At one point Cole was talking about going out for the SK wrestling team, but decided to concentrate
on his off-season workouts instead. "I thought about it, but just decided it was more important to
focus on my workouts," he said. "I doing this thing called 'Bodylink'. It's a speed workout that
helps you with your jumping and quickness. I also run a lot in the pool and am lifting weights too."
After being named Gatorade Player of the Year, there wasn't much that Ryan could have improved
upon, but lo and behold the Bremerton Sun thought otherwise. "I made their top-10 for sports
stories again this year," Cole said. "I was number 5 last year and I moved up to number 3 this year."
Ryan also mentioned that he watched both the Holiday Bowl and Fiesta Bowl. "I was upset after
watching the Holiday Bowl," he said. "But it looked like the defense just let it go at the end."
Things Unchanged for Cole
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