The Washington State Cougar football team has been in spring practice for nearly a month, but the Cougs will only be on the field three more times prior to fall camp.
Following its scrimmage on Saturday, WSU has now completed 10 practices and two scrimmages since spring football began in late March. The Cougs will hit the practice field again on Tuesday and Thursday this week before closing out the spring session with the Spring Game on Saturday.
From there, we won’t see the Cougs on the field again before fall, but there will be plenty going on. As WSU proved recently with the addition of lineman Grant Stephens, the 2022 roster is still a work in progress. We could see more players come and go in the months leading up to fall camp.
Until then, Coug fans will get their final spring look at this group this week, culminating on Saturday.
Elsewhere around WSU athletics, the track and field team was very busy, competing in multiple events. The WSU baseball team took the first game against Cal, but dropped the next two of the series and the WSU tennis team had a pretty solid week.
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