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Wulff eyes marked OL improvement under Morton


SHELTON -- During "A Night With Cougar Football" at Little Creek Casino last week, Paul Wulff was questioned about the offensive line, whose greenness this past season stood out even during one of the worst seasons in program history. Wulff, who started on the Cougs' o-line from 1986-89, simply pointed to the back of the conference room, where Steve Morton sat.

THE COUGARS RUN a no-huddle offense, but Morton said that deviation has little impact in working on gap- and zone-blocking schemes. "I've played a lot of things from power-I to wishbone, split back to chuck-and-duck," he said. "I'm comfortable with a lot of things." Including returning to the Palouse. Morton said he might be even more excited now than when he signed with WSU as a player in... Recommended Stories