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Second session: The Wolf cometh

PAUL WULFF

PULLMAN -- New faces provided new hope for WSU football during the day's second practice of fall camp. After projected starters and second-teamers practiced Tuesday morning at the Rogers Field practice facility, true freshmen, JC transfers and lower-tier reserves took the field in the afternoon. Paul Wulff was hesitant to single out individuals, but he made an exception for Bernard Wolfgramm.

Bernard Wolfgramm, the junior defensive tackle (listed on the roster as a defensive end but he's more a DT and seems destined for the 3-technique spot) from the College of San Mateo, Calif., caught Wulff's eye in a hurry. "It's only one practice, but you can definitely tell there's a lot of ability," Wulff said. Heralded JC running back transfer Chantz Staden looked shifty and quick. Wulff...

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