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Cougs ramp up the tempo

CHIMA NWACHUKWU

PULLMAN – A successful practice week is like a train gathering speed. It builds and builds, up to and through when players hit the field Saturday. There was a notable increase in energy on Wednesday with the Cougs, and the defense was leading the way.

The action opened up with 11-on-11's where the first team offense and defense matched up head to head. The offense had the D's number early on, with the o-line leading the way for running backs James Montgomery and Carl Winston to burst through some big holes for large gains. "I think for a Wednesday it was a solid practice," Wulff said. "You continue to clean things up from your practice video...

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