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Rahmel Dockery missing again on Day 13

Injuries aren't an issue, but they are beginning to pile up. A couple of notable players missed practice on Thursday while one hobbled off.


Two weeks into camp the Cougars are still in good shape on the injury front, but things aren't as good as they were.

Quick notes:

  • Rahmel Dockery was absent from practice again and Casey Locker was also not in attendance. Jacob Seydel had to be helped off the field due to an apparent foot or ankle injury.
  • Cole Madison worked as the No. 2 right tackle with Seydel out. WSU could have freshman backing up both tackle spots this season.
  • On the positive front, Darryl Monroe returned after leaving early on Wednesday.
  • Eric Oertel got some reps with the first team at SAM linebacker. Interesting.


Dennis Simmons on Gabe Marks, via Christian Caple's blog post:

"He's gotten some weight on him, for one. He's been working with (strength) coach (Jason) Loscalzo during the offseason and he's gotten some strength on him. He's always been a competitive guy. Now he's been able to hone that in and stay focused and come out and work hard every day."

Blub of the day:

Some good news on the running game, again from Christian's blog post:

Thursday was an encouraging day for the running game. Twice in 3rd-and-short situations, Teondray Caldwell picked up first downs for the first-team offense by running through pretty good-sized holes. The first of those runs was a sprint down the right sideline that might have been a pretty decent gain if the Cougars had been playing full-contact.


Mike Leach after practice, via WSU Athletics.

Injury report:

In addition to what's listed above, Damante Horton sat out practice on Thursday.

Today's schedule:

The Cougars will do some scrimmaging on Friday at 4:30 p.m. PT.


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WSU live chat, 1 p.m. - SportsLink - - Aug. 15, 2013
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Women's basketball:

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Men's basketball:

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