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Countdown to Spring: Defensive Backs Preview

DEONE BUCANNON

THE COUGAR DEFENSIVE BACKS, in looking ahead to the 2012 campaign, are the most experienced, deepest position on the Washington State defense. Except when they're not.

And offseason surgeries and rehab will significantly limit the cornerback position this spring. Mike Breske told CF.C recently he expects to have four, just four, healthy bodies at corner for spring drills. He declined to name the injured or the injuries, citing Mike Leach's policy on keeping injury news under wraps. But in taking a wider view of 2012, the good news is this: all three...

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