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Spring ball Day 10: Cougs getting healthy

FINAS RABB

PULLMAN -- A day off Wednesday due to inclement weather proved to be just what the Cougars needed as several injured players returned to full practice Thursday. Among those back in action: Finas Rabb III, who wasted little time making his presence known. Meanwhile, Matt Mullennix and Mkristo Bruce stood tall on the defense line, Loren Langley may have found a key, cornerback CB Tyron Brackenridge is busy making up for lost time and a position change could be in store for one or two big bodies.

Finas Rabb, coming off a left hip strain, looked in fine form, picking up the slack in the absence of fellow wide receivers Jason Hill and Chris Jordan, both of whom were sidelined with the flu. After missing the end of last week and all of this week's practices, a standout afternoon could hardly be expected for the 6-6, 205 pound junior, but that apparently wasn't an excuse for the JC...

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