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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Fall Camp Day 14 Recap

The WSU football team wrapped up their 14th day of fall camp with a morning practice Saturday. Following practice, the football team joined other WSU athletic teams in the Lentil Festival parade. 

Lentil Festival 2011 (via WSUCougarAthletics)

I never understood the draw of the Lentil Festival, although based on this schedule of events I may be missing out. A "Legendary Lentil Cook-Off" and a performance by the Small Town Boyz?! Next year, consider me there. 

Football Links

Football Practice: Tuel TD Passes, Big Hits -
Saturday saw the Cougars practice for just under two hours in full pads at Rogers Field...there was a welcomed sight to the start of today's practice as one of the first players out on the practice field this morning was cornerback Nolan Washington who had missed most of the week after tweaking his right hamstring, good to have one of team leaders and most entertaining Cougs back on to the field.

WSU's Jeff Tuel has his eyes set on All-Pac-12 season - Washington State -
PULLMAN - In Jeff Tuel they trust. The Washington State Cougars are set at quarterback with their most gifted signal-caller in the Paul Wulff era - a fact that has the Cougars feeling a turnaround is on the horizon.

Notes from WSU - and a thank you - SportsLink - - Aug. 20, 2011
Everything is going so well here, we have time to sit down and write a blog post. It's either that or read "The Help" while the wife sleeps. Read on.

Special task for WSU football - - Aug. 20, 2011
PULLMAN – There is no debate. The area graduation hit Washington State the hardest? The Cougars’ special teams. CougfanTV fires up camera from Rogers Field
COUGFAN.COM fired up the video camera today and yesterday and brings you 10 minutes of practice action and interviews with Alex Hoffman-Ellis and Sekope Kaufusi.

Basketball Link

Knee trouble brings end of hoops for Bjornstad | The Columbian
Steven Bjornstad knew this day would come. He just did not expect it quite so soon.


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