For the first time since winning the Apple Cup, Washington State put on pads. The Cougars held their third practice of spring football on Tuesday and the first with shoulder pads.
The good news, as is the case with any spring practice, there were no reported major injuries. Development and avoiding injuries are the two objectives of spring football and on Tuesday both things apparently went well.
Day 3 in the books for WSU - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - March 26, 2013
FROM PULLMAN — Would be hard to ask for better practice conditions in Pullman in March than what we saw today. Well, I guess it wouldn't be that hard to ask. It would just be hard to actually see that request granted. Read on.
Cougar Football Spring Practice Recap, Shoulder Pads - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State football practiced in helmets and shoulder pads for the first time this spring, working out in a sunny Martin Stadium Tuesday afternoon.
Another day, another link about Ken Bone's job security.
Cougars: Moos, Bone to meet later this week " Kitsap Sun
Washington State athletic director Bill Moos plans to meet with basketball coach Ken Bone later this week and will not comment before then on Bone’s job status, a WSU spokesperson said Monday.
In advance of diving into conference play, Donnie Marbut held his weekly press conference on Tuesday.