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How high can Cougar hosses jump in '11?

How high can Cougar hosses jump in '11?

SEATTLE — Three players who started several games along Washington State's offensive line in 2010 were prospects making recruiting trips a little more than a year ago. That inexperience often showed as the Cougars' stable of hosses arguably was the weakest unit on a team that finished with a 2-10 record.

Two statistics highlight the difficulties that the OL had: 51 sacks allowed, and 2.62 yards per rush. Both ranked 119th among 120 Football Bowl Subdivision programs. "Every week that offensive line faced someone one to two years older," WSU offensive line coach Steve Morton recently told Cougfan.com. "We saw a lot of juniors and seniors." Among the 10 teams in the nation that finished with...

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