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Family feel at WSU is huge, says Delp


FROM THE MOMENT he arrived in the state of Washington for his official, defensive line prospect Kammy Delp said crimson pride was showcased in full force. Cougar chants filled the airport at Sea-Tac, and the WSU players in Pullman made him and fellow DL visitor Uriah Leiataua feel right at home. That, said Delp, was huge for him.

And he added he wasn't sure Sunday if he was going to be able to leave Pullman. In talking to Delp, there's no question the support WSU fans show for their football program made a large impact on Delp and his cousin Uriah Leiataua during their visit. It actually began in Seattle while they were getting ready for their flight to the Palouse out of Sea-Tac airport. "It was nuts, man," Delp said... Recommended Stories

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