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O-line help waiting in the wings for Cougs

O-line help waiting in the wings for Cougs

PULLMAN – Washington State's offensive line has been the culprit most identified this season when things have turned south. One hogmollie that Cougar fans have not yet seen on Saturday afternoons, however, continues to turns the heads of Mike Leach and o-line coach Clay McGuire.

Eduardo Middleton, a true freshman, has consistently impressed Leach and McGuire. And McGuire might have been tempted at times this season to burn his redshirt in an effort to shore up the Cougars' front line. But he will not. "He's doing some really good things out there," said McGuire in an interview earlier this week with CF.C. "It'll be nice when we can get him out of the scout team and...

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