PHOTO ESSAY: Spring Ball with the Cougs

PULLMAN -- The Palouse is awash in the sights and sounds of spring football. For those who cannot attend the Washington State practice sessions in person, fear not, as we present this exclusive CF.C crimson and gray pictorial in high-res, high-def and spectacular living Technicolor.


Marcus Richmond is among the running backs who will get long looks by the staff this spring


Starting QB Alex Brink sets up in the pocket


Washington State coach Bill Doba drops down to impart some knowledge


Doba has said Joe Eppele has the makings to become a prototypical Pac-10 left tackle


After redshirting his first year, Anthony Houston is expected to challenge for playing time in a very deep Cougar receiving corps


Quarterback Gary Rogers goes up top


Running back Chris Ivory hits the hole after taking the handoff from Rogers


The sights of spring: Offensive linemen Scott Friberg and Micah Hannam


Wide receiver and uber-athlete Benny Ward with the catch


Six-foot-six Finas Rabb has his eyes squarely on the prize


Kevin Lopina is one of a trip of QBs along with Rogers and Cole Morgan Doba has said will get plenty of turns this spring


Wide receiver Greg Walker displaying picture perfect concentration


Receiver Keith Rosenberg ran with the 1s for part of the first day, gathering in the pigskin on this catch


Ephrata's Reid Forrest, a receiver by trade, leaned out to make this juggling catch and has also shown considerable promise as a strong-legged punter


QB Alex Brink completed this one on the run for a good gainer


Walk-on WR Randy Johnson turns on the jets


Running backs coach Steve Broussard puts Skylar Jessen through his paces


Tight end Trevor Mooney is expected to get considerable turns this spring, with Doba saying the redshirt frosh has a good chance to help the team in '07


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