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Hot Cougar Action: Spring practice continues

The spring game is still a few days away, but WSU continues to work through spring football.


The Cougars went through their 12th spring practice on Tuesday and now have just three more remaining. WSU will hit the field one more time before the Crimson and Gray game on Saturday.

Tuesday's practice featured most of the typical spring practice things. Good moments from the offense, good moments from the defense and a cliche quote from Mike leach about bouncing around and playing fast. At this point, if the main story isn't an injury, consider it a successful spring practice.


WSU offense sharp in team session - SportsLink - - April 16, 2013
FROM PULLMAN — The Cougars went with just shoulder pads and helmets today (and jerseys and shorts and shoes, too, for those of you scoring at home), but they also brought out some officials and ran through a fairly competive team session. You can read about it after the jump.

Pritchard’s QB instincts aid WSU defense - - April 16, 2013
PULLMAN – Tana Pritchard will never attempt a pass for Washington State, unlike the four years he spent as a quarterback at Clover Park High School, unlike the legacy established here by uncle Jack Thompson in the 1970s.

Cougar Football Spring Practice Recap, Day 12 - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State football continued spring practice with a two-hour workout in shorts, helmets and shoulder pads on Rogers Field and in Martin Stadium Tuesday afternoon.


The Gonzaga curse continues for WSU this year as the Cougars lost to the Bulldogs 4-3 on Tuesday.


Cougars Lose to Gonzaga - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
SPOKANE, Wash. - Gonzaga defeated Washington State 4-3 in nonconference baseball, Tuesday night at Patterson Baseball Complex.