WSU continued fall camp with a two hour workout in helmets only on Rogers Field Friday afternoon.
The Cougars worked through a similar format as Thursday, going through individual position segments before moving on to team segments with the defense on the east field and the offense on the west side. From there, they went into a 7-vs.-7 segment where walk-on wideout Mark Urtz made a leaping one-handed catch along the sideline.
On the west field during 7-vs.-7, quarterback Connor Halliday and freshmen wideout Gabe Marks provided the highlight of the day. On a long pass from Halliday, Marks out-jumped two defenders and held on to the ball as he tumbled into the end zone.
WSU then worked through some special teams segments that focused on punt coverage.
In the day's final segment, 11-vs.-11, both the offense and defense made plays but neither side able to gain the upper hand. Quarterback Jeff Tuel closed his day with a touchdown strike to Bobby Ratliff.
In his post-practice media session, head coach Mike Leach announced that cornerback "Raymond Ford is Cougar and we are excited to have him and he just got in today."
The Cougars will add shoulder pads to tomorrow's practice, slated for 2:45 p.m. on Rogers Field.