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CF.C's Best of Spring Football

MACKAY AND MONTGOMERY: Ones to watch

PULLMAN - With the 15-practice spring football session now in the books, it's time to provide context, insight and analysis as Washington State now points to the upcoming season. First up, Cougfan.com takes a closer look at the Best of Spring 2009 -- including best hit, most memorable plays, best nickname, best quotes plus much more.

The Cougs came out this spring with a new attitude -- and it showed up on the field. Despite youth, injuries and lack of depth, the 2009 Cougar vintage came out with emotion and put together a string of practices that showed growth in almost every area of the team. Most memorable plays: Cory Mackay bringing the wood in the second week of practice brought the loudest cheers heard this...

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