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WSU Kicks Off Season with First Spring Practice

The view was picturesque in Pullman as the Cougars kicked off their Spring Practices on Thursday, Mar. 27. The view was picturesque in Pullman as the Cougars kicked off their Spring Practices on Thursday, Mar. 27.
The Washington State University football team opened up its season with its first practice of the spring. The Cougars will carry spring practices throughout the rest of March and into April when they will play their annual Crimson and Gray game at Joe Albi Stadium in Spokane on Saturday, Apr. 27.

Watch the above videos to hear head coach Mike Leach's thoughts on the first practice and how he thinks the team is shaping up, and also for raw interviews with senior quarterback Connor Halliday and junior linebacker Darryl Monroe.

For more on the Cougars team and the spring practice schedule click here: http://bit.ly/1lqfHx3
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