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SWX-6 List: Top Six WSU Football Players From Former Cougs

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Former WSU star quarterback Mark Rypien gives SWX's Michelle Dapper his list of the top six all-time best Cougar football players. Former WSU star quarterback Mark Rypien gives SWX's Michelle Dapper his list of the top six all-time best Cougar football players.
With Washington State University's Crimson and Gray spring football game right around the corner, SWX's Michelle Dapper reached out to a handful of former Cougar stars to get a list of the top-six WSU football players of all time.

Tune in on Saturday, April 26, for highlights and post game coverage of the Crimson and Gray game on SWX/KHQ.

With inquires sent to Mark Rypien, Drew Bledsoe and a host of other Cougs we will build a bonafide list of the greatest Cougars to stride the field in Pullman!

Below is a list of the All-Time best Washington State University from Mark Rypien and Drew Bledsoe, with more coming soon...

Mark Rypien's All-Time Cougars

1. GodfatherJack Thompson

2. Keith Millard

3. Drew Bledsoe

4. Rueben Mayes

5. Marcus Trufant (For more on Marcus Trufant retiring with the Seahawks, click here: http://bit.ly/1jZ4sap)

6. Ryan Leaf

Drew Bledsoe's All-Time Cougars

1. Jack Thompson

2. All the rest...

Erik Coleman's All-Time Cougars

1. Jack Thompson

2. Marcus Trufant

3. Jason Hanson 

4. Lamont Thompson

5. Drew Bledsoe

6. Mark Rypien

Tony Thompson's (Jack Thompson's son) All-Time Cougars

1. Papa Throw (Jack Thompson)

2. Mel Hein 

3. Jason Gesser

4. Drew Bledsoe 

5. Marcus Trufant 

6. Ryan Leaf




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