James Snook-US PRESSWIRE
With the bye week complete, WSU began preparations for Stanford on Saturday.
Sunday morning posts are typically the easiest of the week for me. There is plenty to talk about and almost too many things to link. There isn't much in the way of links on this Sunday, but there was some news out of practice on Saturday.
As Christian Caple noted in his blog post, Jeff Tuel took the majority of first-team reps on Saturday. A lot can change over the week, but that could be the first sign Tuel is in line to start against Stanford.
The other big personnel news of the day was the return of Marquess Wilson, who practiced for the first time since the California game. Assuming Wilson was held out with a concussion, his return to practice should indicate he will be able to play on Saturday. Teondray Caldwell is yet to return to practice.
Wilson returns, Cougs toss eggs - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Oct. 20, 2012
Consider this a victory: today was the first time this season I had to don a rain jacket for practice. And even then, it didn't really rain. But it's most certainly fall in Pullman, as the temperature indicated during WSU's Saturday night workout. It was a short one. Read on.
Cougs’ bye week more a work week | WSU Cougars - The News Tribune
PULLMAN – Nothing like a bye week to give the mind, body and soul a welcome break during a long and demanding college football season. Well, unless you play for the Washington State Cougars.