Found December 18, 2012 on WSU Football Blog:
Greetings Cougs, and a happy Tuesday morning to you and yours as we head down the stretch towards the big X-mas holiday a week from now.  How in the WORLD is X-mas a week away?  Unreal.  It's true, kids, what all the old adults told you growing up - it really DOES go faster, each and every year, the older you get.  Enjoy it and live in the NOW! So there isn't a ton of Coug-links and such floating around, but as always there are a few points of interest out there.  So let's take a look..... I know this probably isn't a great comparison to our own Jeff Tuel, pictured above with his family on Senior Day prior to the Apple Cup.  But news broke last night that Cincinnati's starting QB, Brendon Kay, just found out he was granted a sixth year of eligibility. Now, I say it probably isn't a great comp vs. the Jeff Tuel situation, as Kay spent most of his entire playing career on the sidelines due to injuries.  Per ESPN, Kay had a couple of knee injuries, so ...
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The NCAA has granted Cincinnati senior quarterback Brendon Kay an extra season of eligibility, giving the Bearcats a proven passer heading into their first year under coach Tommy Tuberville. Kay replaced the struggling Munchie Legaux last season and helped Cincinnati win a share of the Big East title and a berth in the Belk Bowl. The Bearcats went 3-1 in Kay's four starts. ...

Cincy QB Kay granted extra season

The NCAA has granted Cincinnati senior quarterback Brendon Kay an extra season of eligibility, giving the Bearcats a proven passer heading into their first year under coach Tommy Tuberville. Kay replaced the struggling Munchie Legaux last season and helped Cincinnati win a share of the Big East title and a berth in the Belk Bowl. The Bearcats went 3-1 in Kay's four starts. ...
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