The 6-11 center failed to make it through a season at Fresno State and then Washington without finding trouble, but now he’s ready to begin his Huskies career. “I can’t do everything perfect,” he says. “I can’t be a standout citizen, but I can work hard every day
Kent, 59, was hired in the spring by Washington State after coaching Oregon from 1997 to 2010. He will implement his running game into a WSU program that labored near the bottom of the Pac-12 the last few seasons.