By Jamey Vinnick, CougFan: Fifth-year wide receiver Travell Harris (5-9, 185) led Washington State in receiving in Saturday’s win over Portland State in Martin Stadium (6 rec., 80 yards, 2 TDs).
But as Nick Rolovich noted in his post-game presser, Harris did far more than catch passes in the 44-24 victory.
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'He’s such a dynamic player and such a dynamic personality. It’s very infectious. I’m very happy for him because he’s worked hard switching offenses.'
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