Posted March 20, 2012 on
FORGET WHAT YOU thought you knew. The defensive line at Washington State this spring figures to look a whole lot different than it once appeared heading into the offseason -- so much so it arguably makes the d-line the most intriguing position to watch this spring out on the Palouse.
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THE RETURN OF Mike Leach to the sidelines might be the biggest storyline of Washington State’s spring practice -- and the upcoming season. But the starting signal-caller might not be far behind that. Leach discussed how he will divide the quarterback workload when practices start Thursday and much more during his Wednesday teleconference.
A NEW ERA of Washington State football begins Thursday when an all-new coaching staff pushes the Cougars through their first spring practice, and athletic director Bill Moos sounds like he only wishes he could suit up.
ABE LODWICK WAS locked in. So when the ball to came to him 28 feet from the basket in the final seconds of the first half, he didn’t hesitate. Swish. And so it was, in dominating and convincing fashion, the Cougars punched their ticket to the CBI Championship Series after a 72-55 shellacking of Oregon State.
PULLMAN -- The Air Raid offense officially takes wing at Washington State tomorrow with the start of spring practices. But it will come with an experimental twist that could have the Cougars' deep corps of running backs high-steppin' all the way to the season opener.