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PRACTICE: Loscalzo breaks down Wazzu gains

GUNS DIDN'T COME OVERNIGHT FOR BUCANNON

PULLMAN—Cougar fans have noticed that several players added plenty of size over the offseason. There's reason for that. WSU strength and conditioning coach Jason Loscalzo was hard at work this spring and summer getting Cougs on different weight training programs. He spoke with CF.C in detail about his program. Meanwhile on the field, a junior wide receiver led the way for the offensive unit.

With the duration of practices becoming shorter, the pace and productivity at Martin Stadium has increased. With that comes focus and mental toughness which is not only instilled on the football field, but in the weight room as well. The rigorous workouts and dedication in the offseason to hitting the weights can often go unnoticed by fans. Jason Loscalzo, who was a fullback at Humboldt State...

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