Cougfans! This is it, my final diary of the year for you! Hope you found my weekly entries over the…
They take the offseason seriously at Washington State. These days, nearly every scholarship player AND key walk-ons stays in Pullman most of the summer. With the demands on their time during the year -- practice, traveling and games -- attending summer classes helps the players stay on academic track. Another major part of the reason why is the work ethic and attitude of the players. And strength coach Rob Oviatt has played a key role in instilling that code of conduct. Word out of Pullman is that linebacker Steve Dildine has put on another good 15 pounds of muscle since last season came to a close. Already a monster on special teams and seeing spot duty at linebacker in '03, Dildine clearly has been working exceedingly hard over the spring and summer months, (and that "15 pounds" is conservative. He looks huge.) The development of the redshirt sophomore, both on the field and in the weight room, is a boon to an already strong linebacking corps. Along with Will Derting...
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