Posted September 07, 2012 on washingtonstate.scout.com
MARSHALL LOBBESTAEL is still in the game. During a recent practice, the former Washington State quarterback was focused, workmanlike and had players huddled around him. But he wasn’t wearing pads or a helmet.
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