No WSU football player escapes the eye of strength coach Jason Loscalzo

DURING THE SUMMER, for nine weeks, NCAA rules bar head and assistant coaches from “countable athletically related activity,” with the players. It’s why star Cougar receiver Gabe Marks, in a New York Times article, says Washington State head strength and conditioning coach Jason Loscalzo, “knows more about the team than anybody in the building.”

And that’s also in large part because Loscalzo doesn’t just put the Cougar athletes through reps.

“We actually probably coach attitude, body language, responsibility, things like that, more than the actual strength and conditioning portion of it,” said Loscalzo. “Those things, if you don’t have that foundation, it doesn’t matter how strong the players get or how good shape they’re in.”

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