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Offensive line starters likely won't change

ZACK WILLIAMS: Still a ways away

CONTINUITY IS NOT something the Cougars have featured along their injury-plagued offensive line this year. But WSU coach Paul Wulff said Tuesday afternoon that although Brian Danaher will be returning to action, he likely will start the same five players as the week before when his team hosts Arizona State on Saturday at Martin Stadium.

That means true freshman Alex Reitnouer, who is listed at 6-foot-5, 253 pounds, and junior Joe Eppele will make their second consecutive starts at the guard positions. Redshirt freshman Tyson Pencer will make his third start at left tackle. Right tackle continues to be manned by junior Micah Hannam, while senior Kenny Alfred is the center. Danaher, a junior from Colfax, missed last week's 52-...

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