Brayden Lenius, who started a handful of games in 2014, is the most experienced receiver in a group of Huskies vying to be the team’s “big” receiver.”
Brayden Lenius, who started a handful of games in 2014, is the most experienced receiver in a group of Huskies vying to be the team’s “big” receiver.” Matt York AP file, 2015
Brayden Lenius, who started a handful of games in 2014, is the most experienced receiver in a group of Huskies vying to be the team’s “big” receiver.” Matt York AP file, 2015
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A proud native of Longview, Wash., Christian Caple joins The News Tribune after covering Washington State football and men's basketball for two years at the Spokesman-Review in Spokane (though he lived in Pullman). He is a 2010 graduate of the University of Washington, an avid NWAACC basketball fan, and is unsure how to proceed now that Breaking Bad is over.