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WSU SPRING DAY 8: Fight time on the Palouse
The fighting didn't bother Coach Mike Leach too much, as long as it didn't take away from his precious practice time. "If they wanna fight, fight (on the sideline)," Leach said. "If they don't get off the field quick enough, I'll run them for wasting time." It was hard to tell who initiated, reacted or even participated in the melee because everyone suddenly became calm and the crowd dispersed. The first big brouhaha involved the first-team defense vs the scout-team offense. When the players weren't each other's throats, Leach said he thought they did good work on Saturday. He said both the offense and defense were on the brink of playing at high-quality levels. "We're a whisker away from good things on both sides (of the ball) but we bounced around good and we had good effort," he said. Leach also commended the work of his offensive line, a unit he verbally reprimanded in Thursday's practice. "They're playing well, they're young, they're doing everything they can, they're...
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