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Cougars go full-tilt and physical

ARTHUR BURNS

PULLMAN – Maybe it's something not so easily turned off, not after the last few weeks and the Oregon game. Paul Wulff thought he might scale back all the hard hitting this week, with a few more players experiencing injuries, bumps and bruises. Well, that sure wasn't the case on Tuesday. Bodies were flyin' and collidin' all over the gridiron.

The Cougs resumed their customary schedule with a full contact session Tuesday but to say the pads were cracking would be an understatement. It's become a WSU practice staple of late, with more extensive live hitting throughout the week, and the Oregon game seems to have served not only as the hard hittin' coming out party, but continuing catalyst as well. There were plenty of injured Cougs...

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