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The new offense: Reflections from spring ball

GARY ROGERS

PULLMAN -– Aside from coaches and players, I'm pretty sure I saw more of WSU's spring football workouts -- all 15 practices and/or scrimmages -- than any person on Planet Coug. With a bulging notebook and a head full of images, it seemed only appropriate to pen a few reflections on it all. In the first of a two-part series, here's my rundown on the offense ...

QB Gary Rogers looked sharp. The coaches installed just a portion of the offense the Cougs will run in the fall, but Rogers took to it like white on rice. He came into the spring as the leading contender to replace Alex Brink, and left firmly ensconced as the No. 1 guy. He was comfortable in the no-huddle attack, oozed confidence from the opening whistle, and displayed the arm strength and foot...

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