PULLMAN — New Washington State special teams coach Eric Russell wasn't handed an easy task. The…
SPRING BALL DAY 6: Halliday returns
"I thought we started out pretty good ... I thought we had some lapses ... the tempo of most of the drills was pretty good and it's the point where guys have to push through some stuff. We're a little over a third of the way in. There was more good than bad but there's plenty of work to do," said Mike Leach. Here's more from the head man: Special teams and position drills were the focus. Connor Halliday was eased back in, seeing some time throwing the ball in passing drills and 7-on-7s. Halliday, who missed the last four practices, shook off some rust during the first couple of periods before returning to form as the day wore on. The redshirt sophomore spent this day working with the 2s and developed good chemistry with WR Gino Simone as the two connected on four different occasions in the short session. During 11-on-11s the defense owned the advantage against the offense, really controlling the tempo. Nose tackle Toni Pole fueled the D early on when he flew through the...
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