PULLMAN — There is one major difference between the group of Washington State linebackers who will play this season, and the group that started in 2012.
That is: You’ve probably heard of these guys.
That wasn’t necessarily the case last year, when disciplinary issues and graduation wiped out a group that many thought would be one of the team’s strengths.
As it turned out, it still was. Darryl Monroe, now a third-year sophomore, emerged last season as one of the…