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HOT COUGAR ACTION: A Look At The Projected Depth Chart Against BYU

With fall camp now almost complete, the depth chart for WSU's opening game against BYU is beginning to take shape. As Christian Caple noted in his Friday night blog post, an official depth chart is expected to be released today.

While that won't be for a few more hours, Mike Leach did give a preview of the depth chart Friday night.

At wide receiver, the depth chart currently looks like this:

Z: Gabe Marks, Isiah Myers

H: Rickey Galvin, Bobby Ratliff, Gino Simone

Y: Andrei Lintz, Brett Bartolone

X: Marquess Wilson, Bennett Bontemps, Dominique Williams

A couple of those guys have shifted around from earlier projections, but none of the starters come as much of a surprise.

The starting offensive line shapes up like this:

LT: John Fullington

LG: Wade Jacobson

C: Elliott Bosch

RG: Jake Rodgers

RT: Dan Spitz

We'll have more on the official depth chart when it is released.

Fall Camp

Notes from an evening practice - SportsLink - - Aug. 24, 2012
It might be Friday in the real world, but it's Sunday for the Washington Statae football team. That meant a light, slightly-more-than-an-hour practice at Martin Stadium. And for the first time since practice began, I wore jeans instead of shorts. That and other pressing matters after the jump.


Cougars add swagger to replace the stagger | College Sports - The News Tribune
PULLMAN – Several Washington State football players and coaches have made reference to the "swagger" the Cougars carry onto the field these days. That’s not easy to do when your team has won just nine times in four years.

Another Mayes hoping for big things at WSU " Kitsap Sun
PULLMAN — When Washington State recruited Oregon prep football standout Logan Mayes, the Cougars figured they had a surefire advantage in the recruiting wars.

Martin Stadium facelift nearly complete - - Aug. 24, 2012
PULLMAN – Maybe Washington State athletic director Bill Moos appreciates his department’s newest creation because he’s so aware of its predecessor’s shortcomings.

Photos from inside Martin Stadium renovation - SportsLink - - Aug. 24, 2012
We're back from a tour of the almost-completed Southside project at Martin Stadium. Below are photos from the club room, loge boxes, coaches club and press box. Click on each photo to read a description of what it is.

Pac-12 Top 25 for 2012: No. 7 - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
7. Marquess Wilson, WR, Washington State


College football -- BYU Cougars quarterback Riley Nelson reclaims starting job - ESPN
A year later, BYU senior quarterback Riley Nelson is fine-tuning his game, preparing for the Cougars' opener on Thursday night against Washington State. He has spent the summer getting his reps, developing the chemistry with his teammates that will create touchdowns this fall.

BYU football: Cougars anxious to take the field in opener vs. Washington State | Deseret News
BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall is ready for the season to start. The Cougars kick off the 2012 campaign Thursday against Washington State (8:15 p.m. MT, ESPN), and for him, it couldn't start a moment too soon.

Women's Soccer

Cougs look to attack - - Aug. 25, 2012
If the Washington State women’s soccer program wants to move forward, Keidane McAlpine says, so will the players.

Cougar Soccer Shines Against Boise State - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State women's soccer posted its second shutout in as many games, defeating Boise State 6-0 at Lower Soccer Field, Friday.

Women's Volleyball

Volleyball Opens Season With Sweep of Montana - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
MOSCOW -- Jaicee Harris and Rachel Todorovich combined for 24 kills to lead the Washington State volleyball team to a season-opening 25-23, 25-12, 25-19 win over Montana Friday afternoon at the Idaho Nike Invitational Tournament at Memorial Gym. This was the 24th time in the past 26 years that the Cougars have won their season-opening match and the eighth consecutive first match win.

WSU Athletics

Lifelong Love for the Cougars - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Larry Schreck's love for the Cougars began early in life. As a child growing up in Spokane during the early '50s, he took his transistor radio to bed and fell asleep listening to the games of the Jack Friel-led Cougar basketball team.