The WSU football team wrapped up another fall camp practice Wednesday and by all accounts it was a much better practice than Tuesday. The team will hold a scrimmage in Martin Stadium tonight where they will practice some of the finer details of gameday.
The Cougars will hold a scrimmage in Martin Stadium at 7:30 on Thursday night, but there is a good chance the ones won't participate all that much and there might not even be live hitting. The idea is to go through all the pregame items, from touching the Cougar pride statue to warm ups to the buildup of crowd noise.
Important stuff. I think we should all follow suit and rehearse our own game day activities. I'm going to hold a mock game thread to practice posting GIFs, while also jingling my keys to get my technique down for kickoffs.
Cougars approach decision time on freshmen - Spokesman.com - Aug. 24, 2011
PULLMAN – It seems simple enough. A freshman joins a college football team. Either he’s physically ready to play, so he does. Or he’s not ready, so he redshirts, sitting out a season without any loss of eligibility. It seems simple. But it isn’t.
Scout.com: FALL CAMP: DAY 16 REPORT
PULLMAN -- The storyline of the day on Wednesday, without question, was the defense. There were countless pass break-ups, and a pair of nice picks. The crimson larceny began with the 2s going at one another, as safety Kyle McCartney hauled in an interception for the second straight day. Meanwhile a freshman running back continued his recent habit of turning heads.
The Washington native is a tough guy who's loyal to his - 08.10.11 - SI Vault
TRAVIS LONG LIKES DOING INTERVIEWS ABOUT AS MUCH AS HE LIKES BEING PANCAKED by two offensive linemen. He finds preseason interviews—before a single snap has been played—especially pointless, which is why he sighs mightily when asked if he wants the hardest question first or last. "Give it to me last, I guess," he says.
Video: 'Don't be surprised ...' - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Ted Miller reprises his series on preseason predictions with this installment: "Don't be surprised if there is not patsy in the Pac-12 this fall.
Klay Thompson clearly not ready for the NBA, looks to play in Europe
Scout.com: Klay Thompson looking at Europe
FORMER WASHINGTON STATE star Klay Thompson has dreamed of playing in the NBA for years, but if the NBA isn’t ready for Thompson, he’s ready to play elsewhere.
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