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Paul Wulff says QB Tuel likely done for the year

Jeff Tuel

Wait, this sounds familiar.

Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel has missed most of the 2011 season with a collarbone injury and head coach Paul Wulff said today that injury will likely sideline him for the remaining two games against Utah and Washington.

Tuel initially suffered the injury in Wazzou’s season-opener against Idaho State, attempting only two passes. He would come back for a pair of games in the middle of the season against Stanford and Oregon State. He reaggravated the injury against the Beavers.

Connor Halliday is scheduled to start this Saturday with Marshall Lobbestael as the No. 2 QB.

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