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Fall camp continues and WSU baseball lands a recruit

Another day, another fall camp practice. That plus a debate about the top seasons in Pac-12 history and a baseball commitment.


Washington State continues to roll through fall camp and the full pads came on for the first time on Thursday. Andy will be along with his daily report from fall camp later this morning, but there was more WSU news than just the headlines coming out of Lewiston.

Ted Miller of the ESPN Pac-12 blog, counted down the top 10 seasons in Pac-12 history. The list was based on individual accomplishments with team success also a factor. Washington State was represented with Ryan Leaf's 1997 season checking in as the eighth best in conference history. USC dominated the list with four players in the top six.

WSU baseball also generated a headline with the Cougars receiving a verbal commitment from Chandler Greenfield. The pitcher and outfielder from Twin Falls committed to WSU, according to From the sound of it, Greenfield's future with the Cougars is on the pitching mound.


Isaiah Myers does it again - SportsLink - - Aug. 7, 2014
Who could forget Isaiah Myers' catch, the one coach Mike Leach called one of the best he's ever seen? I mean, it's only been a day, you should probably be able to remember. But just in case you happen to be living out some Drew Barrymore in 50 First Dates scenario, don't worry, Myers was back at it again today.

Cougar Football Practices In Full Pads - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State football practiced in full pads for the first time this season, working out for two hours at Sacajawea Middle School Thursday afternoon.

Cougars' highly-touted freshmen adjusting to new demands - - Aug. 7, 2014
As the final National Letters of Intent came humming through the fax machine back in February, Mike Leach announced that the signees comprised the best football recruiting class he’d landed as the Washington State coach.

Top 10 Pac-12 seasons - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
8. Ryan Leaf, Washington State (1997): Forget for a moment his NFL flop and post-football shenanigans, he was brilliant in 1997, leading the Cougars to their first Rose Bowl in 67 years. He passed for 3,968 yards and was responsible for a whopping 40 TDs. Finished third in Heisman voting.

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Twin Falls Pitcher Greenfield Commits to Washington State
He won’t graduate for another 10 months, but Chandler Greenfield is already set on his college course. The Twin Falls outfielder and right-handed pitcher committed Thursday to Washington State, he and Twin Falls coach Tim Stadelmeir both confirmed to the Times-News.


Cougar Freshman Receives National Recognition - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State’s Sofia Anker-Kofoed (Anchor Koh-Foh-ed) has been named to the TopDrawerSoccer Women’s College Preseason Best XI Freshman Team.