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FALL CAMP: Day Three

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PULLMAN—It was helmets and shoulder pads only Tuesday but the intensity was more that of a full pad session -- with a few spirited 'discussions' occurred between the offense and defense -- before, during and after play. Meanwhile, one of the two units asserted themselves most. A couple rookies were again singled out by Bill Doba for their performance. Plus, a bunch of crimson-hued news and notes.

Things got a little testy out on the Palouse on Day Three. But in a good way, according to Doba. Doba said after practice what stood out most to him was the high intensity on the field, the WSU head man clearly enamored with the day's spirited play. It wasn't full contact, there was no hitting -- that won't come until Thursday. But the players seemed more than eager to start the hitting right now...

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