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THURSDAY NIGHT: Several defenders stand out

DAQUAWN BROWN

PULLMAN — After four days of rest and coaches hitting the road for some recruiting, the Cougars returned to Martin Stadium for practice. Washington State went about its regular Thursday schedule with a short skelly and team session followed by some Thursday Night Football. The offense struggled to get into a rhythm during skelly, but bounced back during team session.

OL Coach Clay McGuire was happy with how practice went for the Cougars. "Pretty good, considering we had four days off," he said. "They came out and did some good stuff. Sometimes it goes two ways: either really good or sometimes really bad." Defensive coordinator Mike Breske offered his thoughts on the time off and getting back to the work. "It was good for them and good for us," Breske said...

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