Dickert challenges wide receivers to get after it on first day in full pads
PULLMAN, Wash. — After six days in Fall Camp, the Washington State Cougars finally put on the full pads and we even got to see a pretty physical practice here this morning and Head Coach Jake Dickert said he walked into practice and really wanted to challenge his wide receivers to get after it.
“We need those big boy receivers, there’s no way in a Coug Raid you can function without big time, especially zone threats on the outside. So we’re working towards that consistency, but it was good to see those guy do a better job today in their explosive pass game,” said Dickert
“I feel like all my boys can ball and we all will ball man and it’s all about having competitive depth and everyone being on the same page and next man up is doing the same thing as the first man so that’s what it’s all about right there,” added Sophomore Wide Receiver De’Zhaun Stribling.
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