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Cougs prepare for different kind of opponent

MARQUESS WILSON

PULLMAN -- The Cougs replaced their pads for hoodies and put on their sweats Sunday night for one of their most brisk practices of the season -- a theme of things to come? The quarterback situation is slowly being ironed out, while the defense prepares for a week full of pro-style offense reads and play-action passes with Stanford on tap for Saturday.

Senior quarterback Jeff Tuel seemed to take another step forward Sunday night, again receiving more snaps than third-year sophomore Connor Halliday. Tuel snapped a tight spiral all evening, hitting a throng of receivers in stride, albeit in drills and scout team scrimmaging. Mike Leach said both quarterbacks had strong evenings and hopes that both continue to progress. "Pretty good," Leach...

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