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PRACTICE: Leach looking for 'good value'

ISIAH MYERS

PULLMAN – Mike Leach continued on Tuesday to look for better production from the offensive line during a lengthy practice, though one of the hogmollies struggled in particular. Over on D, the team saw a d-lineman continue to make his way back and a cornerback return, Mike Leach holds court and more...

Sometimes it's a simple answer. What were some of the reasons why the Cougs had trouble running the ball in the season opener? "It indicates that we're getting beat up front," Mike Leach said. The offensive line has been a question mark since the first day of fall camp and the issue over a month later hasn't been completely settled. Leach and his coaching staff have been mixing and matching...

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