Freshman wide receiver Gabe Marks has been the star of Washington State's fall camp thus far and he continued to make plays Thursday.
WSU went through a short practice Thursday, which included a 36-play scrimmage. Just as he has time-and-time before, Marks made the play of the day. He caught a short screen pass then with some nifty jukes and cuts, took it 70 yards for the touchdown.
Even though Mike Leach hasn't named a starting quarterback yet, Jeff Tuel continues to get the reps with the No. 1 offense. He was sharp again during Thursday's scrimmage.
Jeff Tuel was 7-of-12 for 124 yards and a TD in today's short scrimmage. Halliday was 6-10 for 66 yards, a TD and an INT.— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) August 17, 2012
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