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Spring Ball Day 4 full of developments

MIKE BRESKE

PULLMAN — Day Four of Mike Leach's first spring season at WSU was eventful on and off the field. A few bodies were missing Thursday, including one -- touted Spokane tight end Aaron Dunn -- who won't return. The defense continued to put smile on defensive coordinator Mike Breske's face, and d-line coach Joe Salave'a decided to line up with his players and show exactly how it's done in the trenches.

Aaron Dunn, a third-year sophomore-to-be, missed the last two practices, and then Leach said after practice Thursday that the former blue-chipper has decided to transfer. Dunn was a touted 4-star recruit out of Mead High in 2010 who had his career sidelined early his freshman year with a badly broken wrist. He redshirted and returned last season as a back up to Andrei Lintz. Leach didn't say...

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