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SPRING DAY 12: Early start suits D just fine

COUGAR D-LINE continued to make waves Monday

PULLMAN – Chances are while you were just waking up Monday morning, the Cougars were already running sprints and getting after it on the gridiron. WSU's last week of spring drills began on Rogers Field at 6:30 a.m. on Monday, but it didn't lack for intensity. The defensive line continued to crash the party, the secondary got greedy and the combination of Tuel-to-Blackledge took flight.

As has been the case throughout spring ball, the defense continues to showcase a complete 180 from their plays of last year. The defensive line on Monday was constantly putting pressure on QB's Jeff Tuel and Marshall Lobbestael. But with QBs off limits to contact, they still got their throws off. No matter. The crimson defensive backs had a flurry of pass deflections and near picks. The... Recommended Stories

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