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Spring Ball Day 11: Who will back up Rogers?

KEVIN LOPINA

PULLMAN – Quarterback Gary Rogers continued his impressive spring on Thursday, spreading the ball around the field and again harmonizing with star receiver Brandon Gibson. After 11 spring practices, it's clear the 6-6, 233-pound fifth-year senior is not just the Cougars' No. 1 QB. He's clearly the main man. The battle to back him up appears to be well in hand, too.

Rogers, as he has since workouts opened three weeks ago, took most of the first-unit snaps on Thursday and again looked sharp in hitting a variety of receivers. One of those wideouts was third-year sophomore Greg Walker, who looks to be making the most of his chance to impress while Jeshua Anderson is out of action running track. As for the battle among Kevin Lopina, Cole Morgan, Marshall...

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