Washington State was back on the practice field on Thursday, going through drills as two separate teams ahead of the Crimson and Gray game on Saturday in Spokane. Practice on Thursday was also the second-to-last of the spring in Pullman as WSU will go through one final practice following the spring game.
By all accounts, the spring continues to be a productive one. We'll never know the full details of the injury report, but as springs go, the Cougars seems to be in good shape on that front. Both quarterbacks have had some success, setting up a legitimate battle in fall camp. While players routinely toss around cliches about making each other better, WSU not having a starting quarterback win the job by default will be a good thing. Even the young corners have come along with Marcellus Pippins seemingly the one singled out the most as taking the biggest step forward.
WSU has ground to make up, so even a standard spring is a step in the right direction instead of one filled with setbacks. And of all the good things to come, we learned Dom Williams listens to "Ice Ice Baby" for pregame pump up music.
Video: Five Questions with Dom Williams | The Spokesman-Review
Video: Five Questions with Dom Williams
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When the NFL showered Xavier Cooper with workout gear at its scouting combine, he didn’t hoard it all to declare "I made it."
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The speed at which football is played will never slow down for Peyton Pelluer, but he’s starting to speed up.
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During the 2014 season, fans turned out to watch Cougar Football at Martin Stadium as the renovated venue hosted three sold-out games and operated at 93 percent of its capacity.
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There have been some good days, and some bad days during spring practice as expected for Head Football Coach Mike Leach this month.
Crimson wins initial skirmish with Gray | The Spokesman-Review
Washington State's Crimson and Gray teams will compete for real on Saturday in Spokane, but we got an early spring game preview at practice.
Cougar Football Continues Spring Practice, Day 13 - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State football continued spring practice Thursday afternoon with a two-hour workout in helmets and shorts on Rogers Practice Field and in Martin Stadium.