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Spring Ball Day 12: Crimson riches at TE

JED COLLINS

PULLMAN — Wild weather ended Washington State's Monday session early but not before the defense managed to turn in some big plays. Meanwhile, a Cougar wide receiver continued his torrid spring, and coach Greg Peterson talked up his squad, noting the marked improvement by several players. True, the Cougs lose Cody Boyd to graduation but the '07 tight ends unit is looking sharp -- and deep.

The Cougar wide receivers make for the deepest position on the team, but the tight ends are not far behind. "I like our progress," Peterson said. "Part of it has been fundamentals and technique, and part of it is attitude, and we've really tried to make a commitment (to improvement). And the proof will be this fall when we open at Wisconsin, but we're making some progress." A difference this...

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