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PRACTICE: Tuel none the worse for wear

JEFF TUEL

PULLMAN -- Despite leaving Saturday's game with an apparent collarbone injury, it appears Jeff Tuel is ready to go for anything and everything football related. Also, special teams coach Eric Russell said he takes full responsibility for his squad's actions on the field Saturday.

"Yeah, he threw it around pretty good," said head coach Mike Leach of Jeff Tuel's performance on the practice field Sunday night. Surprisingly, Tuel looked no worse for the wear Sunday night, throwing short passes with precision, as well as bombs down field with ease. Although Tuel appeared to be at full strength, Leach wouldn't commit to any quarterback heading into this week and preparing...

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