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Cougs cap last Pullman practice on high note

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PULLMAN—The Cougs held their last practice of the year in Pullman on Tuesday before catching their flight to New Mexico. From beginning to end of the session, there was good execution and focus on the task at hand. In the crisp 1 1/2 hour practice, there were individual drills, 7-on-7, special teams plus a short team session to cap things off.

Cougar coaches and players were not available to speak to the media, but from my vantage point above the Martin Stadium turf, the Cougs finished the final WSU campus practice on a high note and looked well-prepared for Colorado State. Junior quarterback Connor Halliday had a great outing, connecting with the majority of his targets in both the team and 7-on-7 sessions. As has often been the...

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