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SPRING BALL DAY 12: Offense takes flight

PULLMAN—The calendar may read April but it's officially Game Week for Washington State with the Crimson & Gray Game this weekend in Spokane. At practice on Tuesday, although the tempo was sluggish at times, the Cougs battled through and the offense took advantage of several players missing on defense.

The energy was high when practice began but it wavered at times. Still, it was clear the Cougs were geared up for a hard session. "It worked out, we're developing some guys, getting a little depth. I thought we had pretty good work, dragging around some. There's some fatigue but we have to push through a little better. But overall though I thought we had pretty good work," said Mike Leach...

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