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Cougs' afternoon practice no snoozer

THE LOBSTER SEES RED ON FRIDAY

PULLMAN – At times Friday afternoon, during the second of two Cougar football practices on the day, it was as if a Who's Who meeting had been convened. The sidelines were populated by the likes of Craig Ehlo and Jim Walden one minute, Paul Sorensen, Bill Moos and Donnie Marbut the next. What they saw was some nice special teams work. And a rare sight: A quarterback going after a defensive tackle.

First the special teams. "Those three field goal kickers – (Nico) Grasu, (Andrew) Furney and (Jake) Miller – were all crushing the ball," said Sorensen, who in the coming days will be penning a column about his overall observations of the Cougs. "They looked great. And Reid Forrest has to be one of the best punters in the nation. The guy crucifies the ball – distance, hang time. He is an artist...

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