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Young WSU running backs garnering attention

GERARD WICKS

PULLMAN—Washington State coaches took advantage of another bye week Saturday to have another round of "Thursday Night Football." That session highlighted a couple of young running backs whose physicality caught the attention of coaches. Also, offensive line coach Clay McGuire caught up with CF.C to discuss his unit, including a looming battle for the starting position at center during spring ball.

"(We) have been much better these last few days up front wise," McGuire said. "We've kind of put a group out there and went with them and they seem like they gel a little bit. I thought they came out and played well Thursday, I guess, and we were better today, so that's good. You want to see improvement from week to week. They're doing a lot better. I think it's one of those things that they are...

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