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Jacob Thorpe Gets Dialed In

It's a busy time of the year for Washington State University athletics. The football team is gearing up for the stretch run and a clinging to hope of a bowl game. Meanwhile, the men's basketball team is set to begin its fifth season under head coach Ken Bone. Jacob Thorpe, the WSU beat writer for The Spokesman-Review, gets dialed in with SWX producer Neil Stover to talk about where those two programs stand.

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