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Future WSU hoss looking to pack on the bulk

ANDRE DILLARD

SINCE HE VERBALLED to WSU last month, future Coug OT Andre Dillard has been hard at work to put on the pounds. And he says during his official visit this past weekend, he got plenty of help in that department. Dillard, no stranger to Pullman, offered a rave review of his trip and said seeing the campus and meeting the players has him counting the days until he arrives at Wazzu later this summer.

The 6-5, 245-pound Dillard joked there was one thing that stood out to him about his official visit to Washington State over the weekend. "Man, we ate a ton of food while we were out there," he said with a laugh. "Every meal was basically all you can eat and they kept putting more in front of us. I'm trying to gain weight actually to play my position, so I actually enjoyed it." For Dillard...

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