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Washington State's Post-Spring Report

Washington State QB Connor Halliday

PULLMAN – Thunderous hits, flaring tempers and explosive plays highlighted the 15 spring practices at Washington State that concluded three weeks ago.

Coming out of spring practice what were your impressions of the team's offense? Initially what comes to mind is the depth at wide receiver. The veteran-heavy receiving corps was without its two leading receivers of 2013, Dom Williams and Gabe Marks, most of spring camp due to undisclosed injuries and yet, the unit looked as sharp as ever. Unproven guys like Drew Loftus and Robert Lewis put...

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