Cougs getting tougher; wideouts have big day

PULLMAN -- Two-a-days, a preseason staple for college football teams for decades, have all but disappeared in recent years due to the increased emphasis on unofficial summer workouts that keep most BCS players on campus virtually year-round. Paul Wulff endured plenty of two-a-days when he played at Washington State in the 1980s, and he maintains that it made players tougher than today's players.
August 12, 2008