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Spring Ball Day 7: Gibson, Rogers sharp

KENNY ALFRED

PULLMAN -– Team unity, a big emphasis for Paul Wulff's Cougars this spring season, appears to extend to the entire athletic department. Fotball practice got off to an early start Thursday in order to give everyone a chance to watch the Cougar basketball team take on North Carolina.

With a light dusting of snow on the practice field, the team worked out in The Bubble, but it was tough to gauge how well punters Reid Forrest and Dan Wagner were doing because of the low ceiling. There was no problem evaluating the kickoff and punt return talent, however. Receiver Brandon Gibson, as he has in previous days, looked sharpest doing both. Others in the mix are receiver Daniel...

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