Washington State Cougars wide receiver John Thompson (85) warms up before the first half against Colorado on Saturday. The former Bethel High School standout is getting a chance to start for WSU with the injury to River Cracraft.
Washington State Cougars wide receiver John Thompson (85) warms up before the first half against Colorado on Saturday. The former Bethel High School standout is getting a chance to start for WSU with the injury to River Cracraft. David Zalubowski The Associated Press
Washington State Cougars wide receiver John Thompson (85) warms up before the first half against Colorado on Saturday. The former Bethel High School standout is getting a chance to start for WSU with the injury to River Cracraft. David Zalubowski The Associated Press

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