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Halliday looks healthy, errant; Coug D sharp

CONNOR HALLIDAY

PULLMAN — For starting quarterback Connor Halliday, it was business as usual with a full day under center on Tuesday. But that didn't mean it was necessarily a good day for the junior out of Spokane. Meanwhile, the Cougar defense, particularly the front seven, made life difficult for the offensive scout team -- breaking up passes, tipping balls, and pounding their way into the backfield.

Halliday was a full participant in Tuesday's session, likely laying to rest any lingering concerns over his availability this Saturday after being knocked out of the game against Stanford. But he had a difficult time hitting his targets on Tuesday. He was picked off three times all told between the skelly (twice) and 11-on-11 periods (once). Offensively there were still glimpses of greatness...

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