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    99-yard drive, freshman Linebacker stand out in Washington State’s second scrimmage

    By Stephan Wiebe, Sports staff,

    30 days ago

    PULLMAN — One quarterback tossed a 50-yard pass, another one navigated a 99-yard touchdown drive and a defense led by a freshman linebacker mostly dominated the rest of the way Saturday during Washington State’s second football scrimmage at Gesa Field.

    “This was a big scrimmage for us to see where we were at,” senior linebacker Kyle Thornton said. “But there’s always going to be a couple little details that even slip through this late, and this final week is really just cleaning those things up.”

    The Cougars wrap up the spring at 3 p.m. next Saturday with the Crimson and Gray game. Here’s how the team’s second scrimmage played out:

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