Posted October 18, 2012 on washingtonstate.scout.com
PULLMAN -- The Cougars responded. Twenty-four hours after a disastrous practice performance, Washington State came out with energy, putting forth a strong performance Wednesday evening. The offense was clicking for the majority of the afternoon, but coach Mike Leach is demanding more from his defense. One thing is for sure -- just about anything would be a step up from yesterday.
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