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WSU DAY 17: Crisp session pleases Leach

WEARING A RED JERSEY NO MORE...

PULLMAN – Washington State came out and attacked the gridiron with zeal aplenty on Monday. The Cougs were composed, motivated and enthusiastic, looking to rebound from arguably their worst practice the session before. And a junior o-lineman played the entire afternoon on the defensive side of the ball in the Cougs' 3-4. Plus, the rosters have expanded with classes now underway at Wazzu.

"We had good tempo and our wits were about us," said defensive coordinator Mike Breske. "We had a good focus today and got a lot of good work done." Despite Monday being the first day of classes for the players, Washington State came out and showed great hustle, displaying little sign of any distractions that may have been present. "I thought we played fast," Mike Leach said. "I've never had...

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