PULLMAN -- Washington State took to the practice field Tuesday afternoon amid some boisterous music…
PRACTICE: Breske looking at more young talent
When freshman defensive lineman Destiny Vaeao arrived in Pullman this fall, a lot was expected from the young run-stopper. Coaches and critics knew depth would be an issue this season, and some young faces would have to contribute immediately. Vaeao and fellow freshman Xavier Cooper came into fall camp as a couple of the biggest defensive linemen the team possessed. Though both have been hampered by injuries, the potential seemed limitless for both players. Each possessed a relentless motor. Defensive coordinator Mike Breske said the team might have a couple cornerstones to build upon. Vaeao, he noted, is finally starting to shake off the nagging injuries that have slowed him this fall. "We're trying to get...
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