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Friday practice: good to be home, say Cougs

CYRUS COEN

PULLMAN — Washington State senior linebacker Cyrus Coen minced no words Friday evening after he and his fellow Cougars — including newly arrived defensive back Jeff Farrar — practiced on the new Field Turf at Martin Stadium for the first time this season following two weeks in Lewiston.

“It feels awesome. It’s awesome to be able to breathe Pullman air again,” said Coen (pictured above). “It was really smoky (in Lewiston), but it’s good to sleep in my own bed again.” He also took a moment to admire the new facade that now rings the sideline walls. “I love it. The bricks are awesome. I think they’re still working on some other stuff but the stadium is looking beautiful, so I’m...

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