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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Fall Camp Day 6 Recap

You can find Brian's detailed recap of day five of fall camp here, but we'll also run through a cliff notes version below.

Injury Report:

Take it away Christian Caple:

OL Rico Forbes, CB Nolan Washington, LB Corey Laufasa (who was wearing a walking boot), LB Tana Pritchard, DL Austin Brown and DL Destiny Vaeao all appeared limited. OL Niu Sale left the field with an apparent injury, as well.

Play Of The Day:

Brian described this one in his recap.

The play of the day -- or the loudest play of the day -- went to Tracy Clark. On a swing pass to Rickey Galvin, Clark blew up a receiver and Galvin at the same time in the backfield -- the former of which was trying to block him. It made one hell of a sound, followed by a lot of "oooooohs"

But we can do better than that, here is a GIF of the play as well (click to animate).



"I haven't seen it so I'm not vouching for that at all." -- Mike Leach on the depth chart WSU release for media day.

Interesting Note:

When WSU signed multiple highly touted wide receivers in February, Brett Bartolone was a bit of a forgotten man. With Robert Lewis grayshirting and Alex Jackson now playing defense, Bartolone has emerged as someone who could be in the mix this season. Just another reason it's so hard to project incoming freshman until they actually put the pads on.

Tomorrow's Schedule:

Another day, another practice at 2:45 p.m. PT.


WSU Football: Defensive Preview (via WSUCougarAthletics)

WSU Football: Toni Pole after practice. Aug. 6 (via WSUCougarAthletics)


Cougars Notebook: Leach preaching discipline " Kitsap Sun
PULLMAN — Mike Leach is a colorful sort who likes to mix in some fun with all the hard work required in college football, but the coach's dry sense of humor disappears in a hurry when it comes time to discipline players.

Cougs mix things up on Day 5 - SportsLink - - Aug. 6, 2012
FROM PULLMAN — That headline is what we call a double entendre. Read on.

Cougars move around to maximize talent - - Aug. 7, 2012
PULLMAN – A running back is working with the receivers, and two players expected to play receiver are practicing with the defensive backs.

Cougars Fall Camp: Full Pads - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University football team practiced in full pads for the first time during its preseason camp Monday afternoon, working out for just over two hours on Rogers Field.

Ex-Cougar Cogdill seeks help for heart " Kitsap Sun
Former Washington State football star Gail Cogdill, who played football with so much heart, is counting on fellow Cougs and others to help him fix his heart.

Choate & Hout start camp with Cougars | Sports | KBOI 2 - Boise News, Weather, Sports and Breaking News
PULLMAN, Washington (KBOI) - Former Boise State special teams and nickel coach Jeff Choate took off for Washington State this off-season, but took one of his former players with him.

WSU Football: Defensive Preview (via WSUCougarAthletics)


Cougars in Australia Blog - DaVonte Lacy - Washington State University Cougars
We started the morning going to the Hawthorn Football Club (of the Australian Football League) practice facility, Ricoh Centre in Mulgrave.