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PRACTICE: Cougs goin' fast; Wilson talks LBs

JUSTIN SAGOTE

PULLMAN—Tuesdays on the Washington State practice field are a cram session. And there's a lot to prepare for with the Cougs facing Oregon on Saturday night. The Cougar offense had a productive day, but Ken Wilson wasn't overly impressed by the work of his linebackers. Meanwhile, wideout Kristoff Williams and cornerback Alex Jackson were not in attendance. First though, about that Tuesday practice…

"I thought it went good," Mike Leach said of the Cougs' session. Ken Wilson was more measured when assessing his position group. "Today? They did alright today," Wilson said. "Tuesday is always frantic trying to learn the new stuff and get up to game speed again, but they did alright for a Tuesday practice." Oregon's offense leads the Pac-12 in yards per attempt at 10.4 and Wilson and the rest...

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