PHOTO ESSAY: Fall Camp comes alive

THE FIRST OF MANY looks to come at Washington State's fall camp preparations for the 2008 season. Among the Cougars featured are Gibson, Rogers, Mitz, Mattingly, Tardy, Evans, Lesuma, Justin, Staden, Danaher, Woodard Wolfgramm, Wulff plus more, and all presented in glorious, living Technicolor.

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Logwone Mitz tries to fight off a hard charging Andy Mattingly.

Brandon Gibson looks to break off a move on Tyrone Justin.

Andy Mattingly and Vaughn Lesuma go eye to eye in the trenches.

Cory Evans grinds out some final tough yards after picking off a pass.

Gary Rogers looks comfortable early in WSU's new high tempo no huddle attack.

Wide receivers coach Mike Levenseller keeps a close watch on the technique of Keith Parr Jr. (formerly Rosenberg).

Dwight Tardy spies a sliver of daylight against what has been an active, amped up Cougar defense in the early stages of the Cougars' 2008 fall camp.

Chantz Staden has proved versatile in the early going.

After starting in the win over UCLA last year as a true frosh, Andrew Roxas, says Paul Wulff, has a very high ceiling.

Dan Wagner works on his punting form.

Paul Wulff exercises the time honored tradition of a head coach by voicing his displeasure on a particular play.

Brian Danaher looks for someone to hit.

Ben Woodard has impressed at times with his blocking at the tight end spot, and he also has a good set of hands.

Bernard Wolfgramm and Fevaea'i Ahmu in drills.

Co-defensive coordinator and secondary coach Chris Ball celebrates Tyrone' Justin's pick-six, along with a few of Justin's teammates.

Tyrone Justin is mobbed by teammates following the interception return for a score.

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