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PRACTICE REPORT: Cougs in a fighting mood

BRANDON RANKIN

PULLMAN- When Paul Wulff blew the final whistle to end practice Tuesday night, he expected everyone to be ready to go home. They weren't. The Cougars had just capped a solid session, and they weren't ready for it to end.

When Paul Wulff signaled the players over for the post practice huddle, they just weren't having it. The starters on offense and defense were adamant, and the players on the sidelines joined in. Everyone begged Wulff for one last play. Wulff was reluctant at first, but the protests continued and got louder to where he finally let the offense and defense line-up go at it for one more snap. QB...

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