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KENNY ALFRED: Feeling good again

AT CENTER FOR Washington State, starter Kenny Alfred has been limited and in pain the last three years -- yet still performed well enough to be named a two-time Rimington Watchlist member. Offseason surgery has corrected the malady, so how good might he be this year? And backing him up, a rising third-year Cougar who resembles a steamroller in cleats, plus a freshman with great lateral movement.

CDEPTH CHART: R-Sr. Kenny Alfred (6-2, 300);  Jr. Andrew Roxas (6-2, 306);  R-Jr. Chris Prummer (6-1, 269);  R-So. Michael Spears (6-1, 256);  Fr. Sebastian Valenzuela (6-2, 315) PLAYERS LOST:  None. INJURIES:  Alfred sat out the spring following surgery to relieve hip pain that has hampered him for three years. Although he has been the Cougs' best lineman out on the field for some time...

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