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Throwback Thursday: Who Remembers The NFL Draft From 1993? It Was A Big Year For WSU's Drew Bledsoe!

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KHQ.COM  - With this being "Cougar Week" in Spokane and the NFL Draft coming up, this week's TBT video clip looks back at the 1993 NFL Draft when WSU's Drew Bledsoe was the #1 pick by the New England Patriots. We also have a few highlights from Bledsoe's college career including his "Bledsoe to Bledsoe" touchdown, his first college victory (over Oregon State) and the always popular 1992 Apple Cup at a very snowy Martin Stadium.
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