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SPRING DAY 7: McGuire raves about line depth

JOE DAHL

PULLMAN – Injuries sent a few of the Cougars' top defensive players to the sidelines Thursday, but it was not enough to keep that unit from maintaining their advantage against the offense. Also, offensive line coach Clay McGuire is enjoying the depth that has resulted in competition within his ranks, while new redshirt freshman corner Rahmel Dockery is taking to his fresh role in the secondary.

A week removed from losing one of their vocal leaders, senior safety Deone Bucannon, the Cougars lost a few more bodies Thursday with various injuries as the rain soaked surface played menace to team. During practice, senior WILL linebacker Justin Sagote left practice early with a left shoulder injury. Team trainers worked with Sagote for about 15 minutes and determined he could not return...

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