Posted August 28, 2013 on
PULLMAN — It was the Connor Halliday show out on the Palouse on Tuesday. The Cougar signal caller was firing the ball with plenty of steam and consistency. Meanwhile on defense, senior Anthony Carpenter continues to show his versatility and d-coordinator Mike Breske offered some insights on the senior defensive back. Plus, Mike Leach tabbed his No. 3 QB.
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