PULLMAN—The Cougs shook off the bad juju of Tuesday's session, looking crisp on the offensive end…
WSU's Tuesday practice: Air Raid grounded
Mike Leach kept receivers, running backs and quarterbacks late after practice. "We had a session of skill development," Leach said. "There were those that thought their responsibility to catch the ball in the rain changed. So, we had to work through that a little bit." There wasn't anyone CF.C observed who was immune to a bad case of the drops on Tuesday. Leach was more interested in the cause than the affliction. "Concentration…just soft and felt sorry for themselves," Leach said. "The rest of the team I thought practiced real well. I thought the offensive line did well. I thought the secondary and linebackers did pretty good. So, I thought it was overall a good practice." The extra session was basically everyone lining up and playing catch about 20 yards away from one another. WHETHER IT'S JUST for this week or a permanent change hasn't been...
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