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WSU FALL CAMP: Day 14 Roundup, Plus Soccer Results

Well, this will be your final Fall Camp Roundup, as fall camp has officially broken with the start of classes today. My plan is to start to turn these into regular daily link posts on all things Washington State. To that end, I'd like to know whether it's worth our time to keep doing these.

Just how useful do you find these posts? Take a moment and vote in the poll; links after the jump.

Monday morning WSU links - SportsLink - - Aug. 23, 2010
James Montgomery is the Cougars’ starting running back. Period. Because he is coming off major leg injuries, he doesn’t go 100 percent at every practice. It’s a way to keep him fresh for what matters, games. He’s a veteran, he knows the offense, he’ll be fine. As for his recovery, there are times he looks as good as he ever looked the past two years. The burst is there, the elusiveness is there, the ability to deliver a hit as he’s being tackled is coming around. He may not be as fast – that’s hard to tell for sure without a baseline time from two years ago – but he still can motor.

It's Pac-10 day! - Pac-10 Blog - ESPN
As you can see from the front of the college football page on, it's Pac-10 day. You know: Like Christmas, except there's no fat dude with a white beard.

School starts at WSU tomorrow - SportsLink - - Aug. 22, 2010
We tried to count the number of true freshmen who will probably play this year and were surprised to come up with nearly double digits. The players we’ve seen as major contributors on offense, defense or special teams are ... Cougs take a knee; Sears talks corners
It was a helmets-and-shoulder pad day, the but first-team offense came out focused and looked sharp. Position drills took up much of the workout but the offense made hay in the 11-on-11 portion of the session. On one series, Tuel connected with four different receivers. Leading the pack of grabmasters was senior Jeffrey Solomon who hauled in three passes for 28 yards.

Saturday finally over at WSU - SportsLink - - Aug. 21, 2010
This is a couple of days old, but I included this because Grippi took a good stab at the two-deep. Worth a look if you missed it on Saturday.

Time to Vote! - WSU Football Blog
Back on July 3rd we launched a contest seeking the best Cougar Football Saturday. The best story, as voted on by you the readers, will receive a copy of the Blue Ribbon Preseason Preview. (The second story is definitely worth your time.)

Pittman's goal came on a header in the box after sophomore Shannon McFadden played a ball in from the right side just after crossing midfield. Senior Meghan Berlingo made four saves and posted the ninth shutout of her Cougar career. "We defended very well all weekend," Cougar Head Coach Matt Potter said. "It is a very pleasing start to the year. I thought we were very aggressive today and, for the most part, executed our gameplan." The Cougs finished their opening weekend 1-1-0 after Friday's close loss to No. 6 Florida State.