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Moos, players size up Spokane scrimmage

Moos, players size up Spokane scrimmage

PULLMAN – Pac-12 football players are elite college athletes who live to play games, hear the roar of the crowd and, just maybe, prepare themselves for a pro career. After 13 spring practices, the Cougars are more than ready for Saturday's final spring scrimmage. Saturday's scrimmage, officially labeled the Crimson and Gray Game, figures to be one of the more interesting ones in WSU history.

For starters, the Cougars have promoted the game like never before. Athletic director Bill Moos has openly expressed hope the Cougars draw a school-record spring crowd of at least 10,000 to Spokane's Albi Stadium. "I think that's realistic," Moos said. "We had over four (thousand) last year." Saturday's event represents the first time most WSU fans will observe new coach Mike Leach's high...

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