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Wulff talks injuries, Jeshua, the JVs & more

PAUL WULFF

FOOTBALL PRACTICES at Washington State don't begin until August 9 but there's already plenty of injury news –- some encouraging and some not –- to report. There's loads of other crimson football news as well, including a plan by Paul Wulff to bring back a type of college football competition that hasn't been seen in decades.

Headlining the bad news side of the injury ledger is Louis Bland, who as a true freshman played a stellar brand of outside linebacker, particularly in the second half of last season. Wulff said this week that he has some concern that Bland won't be fully recovered from spring knee surgery in time for the season opener Sept. 5 versus Stanford. Also questionable for the opener, according to...

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