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PRACTICE: Well, that one's out of the way

ISIAH MYERS

PULLMAN – The Washington State Cougars practiced poorly Tuesday afternoon, but the day ended well when the team learned that quarterback Connor Halliday has been released from Pullman Regional Hospital.

Halliday had been hospitalized since Saturday night with a lacerated liver. He was hurt that afternoon in an overtime loss to Utah. A redshirt freshman making his first start, he played the entire game despite the fact he was apparently injured in the second quarter. Earlier Tuesday, coach Paul Wulff said Halliday was "in a lot of pain" in the hospital. The Cougars said Halliday will travel for...

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