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TANA PRITCHARD

TANA PRITCHARD'S star this spring appears to be rising as fast as Chester Sua's was dropping last fall. And the result is that Pritchard, not Sua, will enter Washington State's spring practices later this month as the No. 2 weakside linebacker behind starter Justin Sagote.

"Tana came on late last season and has had a great off season," WSU defensive coordinator Mike Breske told Cougfan.com. "The knee (that slowed him last year) is healthy." When spring ball commences on March 21, the depth chart at the WILL linebacking spot will read Sagote, Pritchard and Sua, in that order, Breske said. Pritchard saw limited action in 10 games last season, posting eight total...

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