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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Looking Back At Day Three Of Spring Football Practice

WSU wrapped up its third practice of spring football and Brian and Christian Caple have it covered in enough detail to keep you busy reading until game two of the CBI final tips off at 4 p.m.

Brian's notes from practice can be found here. They include a ridiculous 20 bullet points. For those of you who still want more, Christian's blog post is also stocked full of details. After Mike Leach gushed over him on the radio Monday, it sounds as if Andrei Lintz had another strong practice Tuesday. Although he was only targeted 11 times last season, Lintz proved to be a capable receiver. He averaged 8.7 yards per target, which was the second highest total among WSU players with at least two targets. He also led the team in first down percentage at 71.4 percent.

FB: Mike Leach after practice! 3/27 (via WSUCougarAthletics)

FB: Andrei Lintz after practice! 3/27 (via WSUCougarAthletics)


Cougars Add Shoulder Pads To Spring Practice - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The Cougars worked out in shoulder pads for the first time this spring, practicing for just over two hours on Rogers Field Tuesday afternoon. With the addition of shoulder pads, there was a lot more energy throughout the field today. Loud smacks could be heard from all over the field.

WSU line coach Salave'a has come long way - - March 27, 2012
PULLMAN – The van cruised down Interstate 5 toward San Diego. And toward the unknown for Joe Salave’a, a ninth-grader at the time, who was still trying to grasp just exactly what was happening.

Receiver Lintz makes impression in Cougars' camp - - March 27, 2012
PULLMAN – Andrei Lintz was not particularly encouraged by the film he was watching. Washington State had just hired Mike Leach as its head coach, so Lintz, a 6-foot-5, 252-pound senior tight end, dug up some highlights of Leach’s teams at Texas Tech.

Men's Basketball

Weary Cougars look to close out CBI - - March 27, 2012
PULLMAN – Washington State knew it would have to rely on multiple contributors to beat Pittsburgh on Monday. Charlie Enquist could feel it. Literally.

WSU and Pittsburgh Meet in Game Two of CBI Championship Round Wednesday - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
COUGARS AND PANTHERS MEET IN GAME TWO OF CBI CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND: The Washington State University men's basketball team (19-16) takes a 1-0 advantage into the second game of the best-of-three College Basketball Invitational presented by Zebra Pen Championship Series as it faces Pittsburgh (20-16), Wednesday, March 28 at 4 p.m. PT (7 p.m. ET) at Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh, Pa.

Women's Basketball

Adzasu, Cook and Perkins Invited To WNBA Combine - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. -- Washington State University's Rosetta Adzasu, April Cook and Jazmine Perkins have been invited to the WNBA combine held at NCAA Women's Final Four in Denver this weekend.