NEWSLINE: OT part of big changes for Cougs

CODY O'CONNELL

WHEN HE WAS eight years old, incoming Cougar offensive tackle Cody O'Connell wasn't allowed to play with kids his age on the football field. He was just too big, and so he was forced to play with 12- and 13-year-olds. Now 6-8 and 350 pounds, he's "our kind of guy," says Wazzu head man Mike Leach.

Cody O'Connell is part of a large group of offensive linemen that Mike Leach has brought in the past two recruiting classes. And he's always been a big one.

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