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Hot Cougar Action: Spring practice nears an end

WSU went through their final spring practice before the Crimson and Gray game and Mike Leach was in classic form.

William Mancebo

With spring practice reports as generic as they are, the highlights are usually the post practice interviews. Mike Leach has been known to light a press conference up, but thus far he appears to still be working into mid-season form. Leach was in good form on Thursday, including an amusing rant about spring football scoring and accounting firms.

Leach's wasn't the only interesting interview as Gabe Marks was the latest player to appear on the "Get to Know" series.

The interview included this quote from Marks on playing Washington:

"I'm excited to play them again. Give them another loss, two years in a row."

Love you Gabe


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