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PRACTICE: WSU offense regroups, Davey shines

IVAN McLENNAN: Likely to redshirt

PULLMAN—The Cougs shook off the bad juju of Tuesday's session, looking crisp on the offensive end during today's practice. Meanwhile on special teams, the coverage units got things going. Plus, linebackers coach Ken Wilson provided insights on who has impressed him on the scout team and gives some thoughts on Idaho's offense.

The run-heavy offense of the Vandals is something the Cougar defense prepped for today against the scout team. Last week against Northern Illinois, the Vandals ran the ball 62 times for 191 yards. CF.C asked Wilson if the Cougs can expect the same thing this week. "They kind of change each game depending on the defense they are playing," Wilson said. "We kind of play a multiple defense, so we...

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