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EARLY SESSION: Rough morning for OL, D shines

GREG TRENT

PULLMAN—Many football fans pay no attention to offensive linemen. Worse, the remaining few a) think they know more than they do or b) need to study game tape before drawing conclusions. Usually, that is. Friday morning, for the second straight day, anyone with decent eyesight and the knowledge that a football has pointed ends could readily see the Cougar o-line overwhelmed by the D once again.

Editor's Note: With today the first 2-a-day-session of the WSU fall camp, Cougfan.com will bring you a second article, covering this evening's session, as soon as it is available. The hosses who toil on the offensive line have a spectacularly thankless job. And after practices like Friday's morning session out on the Palouse, the first of five scheduled 2-a-days in fall camp, Washington State...

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