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Fall Camp: Day Ten, Practice I

CHRIS IVORY

PULLMAN -- Wednesday morning saw the calm before the storm, with a helmets-only session prior to tonight's second scrimmage of the fall. Coach Kelly Skipper talks running backs and the most pleasant surprise for him so far this camp -- one Chris Ivory. Cornerback Markus Dawes has returned to the field, and the quarterbacks also had a little fun with coach Timm Rosenbach.

Skipper said the backfield depth will be key this fall, praising the progress of several of the new faces in camp. "We are setting goals every day, focusing on things we need to improve on and guys are starting to get it done," Skipper said, following Wednesday's morning session. The biggest surprise for the coach this fall has been Chris Ivory, with Skipper saying the 5-11, 213 pound freshman...

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