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SPRING PREVIEW: D-line better, but younger
But while Washington State on the defensive line figures to be improved over the 2008 vintage, they also figure to be young and that presents it's own set of unique challenges -- namely, consistency. "I think we'll be better (but) I think we'll be younger," said Sears. "We've got some youth there. We do have some junior college transfers, that will be interesting to see how they fit into everything." DE Jesse Feagin II is one to watch during spring drills. He's beefed up to 266 pounds, a gain of 16 from last year, after spending a redshirt season to concentrate on academics. "Jesse Feagin has grown tremendously...
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