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WSU readies for second scrimmage


A crowded weekend in Pullman continues this morning with Washington State’s second spring scrimmage, starting a little after 10. After today’s workout, the Cougars will have five more practices, the Spring Game on April 24 and be done. That’s for next week and beyond, however. This weekend has enough, including last night’s baseball victory over top-ranked ASU. For links on that and more, read on.


• Our baseball story is about the only free WSU-related item I can link for you (except for this baseball recap from CougCenter). Sorry. … There is a comment on our post last night that keeps you up-to-date with the women’s rugby club. … Around the Pac-10, Oregon practiced yesterday, with the two quarterbacks vying to replace Jeremiah Masoli talking about how comfortable they are. … The Ducks are one of four Pac-10 teams in ESPN’s preseason rankings. … It looks as if Oregon State has found a receiver. … Arizona will have an inexperienced play-caller in the fall. … Oregon’s play-calling will be different as well.


• That’s it for this morning. We’ll be back after the scrimmage. Until then …

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