The Washington State football team had their first off day during fall camp Sunday which means instead of nearly a dozen links, we barely have any.
With no news from yesterday to talk about, this seems like a good time to catch up on a couple of things I missed since fall camp began. First, there is this video of some WSU athletes participating in Habitat for Humanity. This is at least the second straight year WSU athletes have done this.
Habitat for Humanity Trip! (via WSUCougarAthletics)
There are also a couple of other links to note from the men's basketball trip to Australia. First a tweet from the general manager of the Wollongong Hawks which is the team WSU lost to. There is also a video following that game with plenty of interviews with Hawks players. There are just a few brief clips of WSU in action, but there are plenty of Australian accents.
Great to have WSU come visit our club here in the Gong. Best college program I've seen visit Aus in a few years.— Mili Simic (@milisimic) August 10, 2012
Post Match Interviews - Hawks vs Washington State University - Wollongong NRE Hawks (via wollongonghawks)
Expectations for 2012: The Washington State gamer - Block U
Last year's game in Pullman was a pretty exciting classic. Played in the snow, the Utes struggled to put away the back-against-the-wall Cougars, though eventually prevailed 30-27 in overtime. It would be Utah's seventh win of the season and guaranteed the program their ninth straight winning season.
Halliday, Tuel split the snaps in Cougars' scrimmage | WSU Cougars - The News Tribune
The Washington State Cougars don’t have a quarterback controversy, but it’s not for a lack of trying by Connor Halliday.