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Cougars shuffle offensive line

MATT GOETZ

PULLMAN — Washington State's starting offensive line remained consistent through the Cougars' first five games, but that could change this weekend if "Thursday Night Football" was any indication. CF.C caught up with offensive line coach Clay McGuire to talk with him about the changes as WSU prepares to play at 1 p.m. Saturday at California.

Throughout the season, the Cougars have started sophomore Gunnar Eklund at left tackle and senior Rico Forbes at right tackle, sophomore Joe Dahl at left guard and senior John Fullington at right guard, and senior Elliott Bosch at center. But the unit that took the east end zone before Thursday Night Football began was different. Senior Matt Goetz ran with the first-team at right guard with...

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