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PRACTICE: Coaches change up routine

PULLMAN -- The Cougars came out Sunday night fired up and ready compete on every level. Whether it was individual drills, non-contact scrimmage, or dodgeball -- yes, dodgeball -- the team was out to win. A new face also entered the receiving corps, while another pass-catcher was absent from practice. Furthermore, the quarterback competition is back, and this time it may stick for a while.

"They were down in meetings today," said defensive coordinator Mike Breske of the defense's performance Saturday. "It hurt. They know they didn't play to their expectations." Washington State surrendered a whopping 318 rushing yards to Cal on Saturday, a disappointing performance given the team's preparation for the three-headed rushing attack the Bears showcase. "That performance was not what I... Recommended Stories