There are many things that make me miss Pullman. Reading about, instead of watching fall camp is one of them, especially with plays like this.
On the next play Tuel went to the other side, where Marquess Wilson was blanketed by safety Deone Bucannon. The throw was a bit short and Bucannon was able to tip it enough that Wilson couldn't grab it at its highest point. So Wilson didn't try. He just tipped it himself backward and caught the rebound as he was falling down. Touchdown.
Yeah, that Wilson guy is pretty good.
Onto the links
Cougars off field after first practice - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Aug. 12, 2011
COUGARS Washington State held its first morning practice of preseason camp and the Cougars went in full pads. They'll wear shells this afternoon as they finish their first two-a-day. Read on for more.
WSU offensive line determined to get job done - Spokesman.com - Aug. 12, 2011
There is a lot of truth to the old saw that an offense starts up front, with the linemen. But the converse is also true in college football. If the line isn’t doing its job, the offense stops.
Football Practice: Post Practice Interviews - WSUCougars.com
Friday marked the first two-a-day for the Cougars, working out for just under two hours in full pads in the morning then for 60 minutes in helmets, shoulder pads and shorts later in the afternoon
WSU Athletics posted a video with interviews after practice including Paul Wulff, Jeff Tuel and Nolan Washington.
Cougar Football: Post Two-A-Day Interviews (via WSUCougarAthletics)
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