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Serious injury mars EWU's first spring scrimmage

Eastern Washington University's first spring football scrimmage was cut short Saturday afternoon because of a seriouis leg injured suffered by cornerback Will Edge.It was hard to see what happened to Edge from the sidelines, but as soon as the pile cleared away, his teammates started...

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Busch will leave EWU

Chris Busch, a 6-foot-6, 220-pound junior forward, who averaged 4.3 points, 2.6 rebounds and just over 15 minutes of playing time per game for Eastern Washington's men's basketball team last winter, has decided to transfer."It was just a mutual thing between Coach (Kirk Earlywine) and...

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QB Morales leaves Vandal program 23 

Unlike many spring sessions, there was actual news that came out of Idaho's Saturday morning scrimmage. Redshirt freshman Justin Morales, who was battling for the starting quarterback gig, has left the program and will transfer, coach Robb Akey said. It was clear something was up...

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Meet WSU's new coach, Ken Bone 

COUGARS We sat down with Ken Bone early Thursday – and by early I mean if I had a 9 a.m. class, I still could have made it – to get to know the new Washington State men's basketball coach. On the link you'll find...

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WSU runs through first scrimmage 

COUGARS Washington State held its first official scrimmage of the spring this morning, with a light rain giving the proceeds a fall-like feel – and keeping the crowd in Martin Stadium to a minimum. Check the link for the unedited version of our story for...

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