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PRACTICE: Finishing touches; Questions remain

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PULLMAN -- Washington State put the finishing touches on preparations for UNLV on Wednesday night as the entire Cougar team worked on fundamentals. The quarterback position? The offensive line? Question marks abound.

Senior quarterback Jeff Tuel had his right knee braced and taped again on Wednesday and did not participate in any drills. Tuel did do some light throwing on the side, but did no drills involving mobility and hasn't done so all week. Sophomore Connor Halliday took every snap with the first team offense. If it is Halliday who starts on Friday -- and all signs continue to point to that being the...

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