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SPRING DAY 3: Wulff pleased with both sides

STADEN TAKES HANDOFF FROM LOBBESTAEL

PULLMAN — Helmets were cracking and intensity high on Monday in Washington State's first full-pads workout of football spring practices. Highlights included a big hit by Andre Barrington, steady pressure from Kevin Kooyman, and a sweet pass connection from Marshall Lobbestael to Gino Simone. Head coach Paul Wulff was pleased with the proceedings on both sides of the ball.

"There were a lot of good things, and some things that were typical the first day out but it's pretty clear we're ahead of where we've (traditionally) been at this point," Wulff said. "That's good but we've got a lot of work to do." The day opened up with a small scare, when starting left guard Zack Williams – an honors candidate -- went down with an injury. He left the field and X-rays were...

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