PULLMAN -- At the outset of Mike Leach's third year at Washington State, the youth is beginning to…
WSU SPRING DAY 6: Deep balls challenge DBs
Coach Mike Leach said they put more pressure on the secondary with an abundance of long routes and that showed as this reporter counted 10 total touchdown passes in both 7-on-7s and team drills. "We went downfield the whole time," Leach said when asked about testing the secondary. "I can't say it was their best day, I don't think they necessarily regressed … but we put a lot of pressure on them today and I thought the offense was pretty sharp." The highlight play of the day came in 11-on-11 action when Halliday found RB Jamal Morrow wide open deep in the middle of the field on his second pass of the scrimmage. One of the linebackers fell down in coverage allowing Morrow to trot into the end zone after hauling in the ball. Showing off his explosiveness Tuesday was Kristoff Williams, who caught touchdown passes from both Falk and Halliday in 7-on-7 drills. "I thought he looked good today, Kristoff always had the ability to make a big explosive play but at times gets inconsistent...
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