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OFFENSIVE LINE: WSU Fall Camp Preview

JOHN FULLINGTON & WADE JACOBSON

PULLMAN – Perhaps no position on WSU's offense has more questions surrounding it than the Cougars' o-line heading into fall camp. Though largely unproven, there are a number of front-line hogmollies that should have the Cougar Nation jacked up for 2012. Still, what about the depth and experience? And where do the most closely contested position battles figure to be?

Personnel/Stats Wade Jacobson: Fifth-year senior. Has appeared in 16 games in his WSU career, getting the starting nod in 15 of them. Jacobson is coming off a year in which back injuries limited him to just four games and held him out of spring contact. He was granted a medical redshirt for the 2012 season. Jacobson enters as the starting left guard heading into fall camp but can also play...

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