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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Fall Camp Day 15 Recap

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If today's links section were a fruit tree, it would be cut down, run through a chipper and turned into a cereal box. Sunday's WSU coverage was so barren, I was unable to find even a single note from practice that wasn't hidden behind a subscription wall.

The lack of coverage does provide me the opportunity to ask a simple question. I began posting these daily link posts roughly two weeks ago. Initially, I planned to continue them through the end of fall camp, but I will leave their future up to you. So let's hear it. There are a few voting options in the poll below, but feel free to add suggestions, critiques, etc. in the comments.

Football Links

Eligibility and progress at WSU - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Aug. 21, 2011
It's Sunday morning and we're still not back at practice, so we're going to delve into a couple important areas, eligibility and progress. If such things sound interesting to you, read on.

Oregon, Stanford headline 2011 Pac-12 conference report - NCAA Football - SI.com
Can Oregon three-peat? Is there life after Jim Harbaugh? How will Utah fare in its first season in a big-boy league? George Schroeder tackles that and much more in his 2011 Pac-12 preview.

Lindy's 2011 Pac-12 Team Preview: Washington State Cougars - Lindy's Sports
It may have just been business as usual, but it wasn’t benign. As the questions about Paul Wulff continued to pile up with the defeats, it wasn’t until after his third straight double-digit loss season that a tardy, lukewarm endorsement came from the athletic director, suggesting that Bill Moos either couldn’t rustle up the funds for a buyout or that no replacement splashy enough could be convinced to take the job.

Jack Thompson Weighs in on the Miami Situation

Shock waves from Fla. football scandal reach Northwest | College | Seattle News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | KOMO News
"It's big stuff," says WSU Cougar football legend Jack Thompson. "It's a real black eye to the NCAA and college football in general."