For the first time in a week, there’s nothing of substance to report from the Washington State Cougars’ fall camp. That’s because, on the final day in Lewiston at Sacajawea Junior High, the Cougs held just a walk through in anticipation of their first scrimmage, which will take place under the Martin Stadium lights tonight at around 8 p.m.
All eyes in attendance will be on the quarterbacks, none of whom has done enough to distinguish himself. And that’s not necessarily a slight on Trey Tinsley, Gardner Minshew, and Anthony Gordon; all three seem to be running the offense competently and efficiently, making it too close to call for Mike Leach so far.
There’s not really much else to add at this point — it was a slow news day — so before we just move on to the links, here’s a video of Leach with the worst cannonball you’ll ever see during WSU’s annual visit to the pool in Lewiston:
Weeeaaaaaaaaaak. To the links!
Ten questions and storylines to focus on ahead of Washington State’s first fall scrimmage | The Spokesman-Review
As Washington State prepares for its first fall scrimmage Friday evening, we look at 10 questions/storylines the Cougars could address in their mock which is slated for an 8 p.m. start at Martin Stadium.
Video: Washington State coach Mike Leach post practice Aug. 9 | The Spokesman-Review
Mike Leach reflects on the Cougars’ time in Lewiston and talks about what he hopes to see from the quarterbacks in Friday’s scrimmage.
Matt Brock continuing to push buy in on WSU special teams
'Buy into the fact that you can change the game and field position'
Video: Washington State cornerback Sean Harper Jr. post practice Aug. 9 | The Spokesman-Review
WSU cornerback Sean Harper Jr. discusses his offseason and reflects on his individual efforts during the week in Lewiston.
Video: Washington State running back Max Borghi post practice Aug. 9 | The Spokesman-Review
Cougars running back Max Borghi talks about his first week in Lewiston and assesses the depth of the running back corps.
Last year’s injuries make Washington State inadvertently deep at inside linebacker in 2018 | The Spokesman-Review
“We’ve got to train you like you’re going to play,” Wilson preaches. “I tell them that all the time. I’m like, you may be on one special team, but we’ve got to train you like you’re going to play.”
Washington State football: Mike Leach not ready to tip his hand in WSU quarterback competition
Special teams getting boost from energetic first-year coach Matt Brock
Washington State football: Tay Martin has designs on making super-sophomore impact
Tay Martin and fellow receivers making effort to help all three QBs shine
Mauigoa Named To Polynesian College Player of the Year Watch List - Washington State University
Washington State junior center Frederick Mauigoa was named to the Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Watch List, the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame announced Thursday.
Arizona LB Tony Fields expresses remorse about hard hit on ex-Washington State QB Tyler Hilinski - Arizona Desert Swarm
“The first play I thought about was me and him on the goal-line, and me and him came head-to-head,” Fields said. “I thought I was going to get thrown out of the game. It was a crazy hit. It was a crazy situation.”
Cougs in the NFL
River Cracraft, a 2018 Broncos camp star, was quietly honing his craft with other pros before Denver called – The Athletic
Broncos receiver River Cracraft has stood out among a stacked group, and now has a chance to earn a coveted spot on the final roster.
Washington State football: Tracking NFL Cougars in training camps
Frankie Luvu is turning heads
31 Greatest NCAAF Players in PNW history: No.23 - Jason Hanson | NBC Sports Northwest
Jason Hanson is not only one of the greatest kickers in the history of the Pac-12, he is easily one of the greatest kickers to ever play in the NFL.
The Meaning of Ohio State’s Urban Meyer Decision - The Ringer
Once an independent investigation delivers its results later this month, the university will face a choice about whether to fire its head football coach. The decision will speak volumes—about both college sports and the school’s priorities at large.
UCLA freshman quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson looks 'mature beyond his years'
Quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson has already won praise for his quick mastery of the Bruins’ offense.
Roundtable Talk: Who Wins the UCLA Starting QB Spot?
Who will be starting for UCLA against Cincinnati September 1st? Will it be different than the starter for UCLA's last game against Stanford? The Roundtable talks about it...
Clemson, Alabama, Georgia scouting reports from their rivals | SI.com
Think you know how to contain the best teams in the country? We asked the coaches who have spent countless hours trying to figure it out for their unfiltered thoughts.
17-year-old arrested in connection with burglary of Scott Frost's home
A 17-year-old girl was arrested in connection with the burglary of Nebraska coach Scott Frost's home.
College Football Playoff, bowl projections: Preseason calls for each of the 2018-19 games - CBSSports.com
WSU is not projected to make a bowl. Wamp waaaaah.
College football rankings: Alabama opens 2018 CBS Sports 129 at No. 1 for third straight year - CBSSports.com
CBS Sports does not think much of WSU.
LB Ale Kaho joining Alabama Crimson Tide after release from Washington Huskies
Just two days after being granted his release from Washington, freshman linebacker Ale Kaho is headed to Alabama, according to multiple reports.
Bill Snyder, Kansas State Wildcats head coach, agrees to new five-year contract
Kansas State Wildcats coach Bill Snyder, 78, has agreed to a new five-year deal that runs through the 2022 season, the school announced Thursday.
Cougar Swimming Announces 2018-19 Schedule - Washington State University
PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State swimming team is scheduled to host six home meets during the 2018-19 season, head coach Matt Leach announced Wednesday.
Volleyball Back In Full Swing - Washington State University
PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State volleyball team hit the court for the first time as a team Wednesday as preseason camp opened at Bohler Gym.
Men’s Golf Announces 2018-19 Schedule - Washington State University
PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State men's golf team will travel to at least five different states as part of its 2018-19 tournament schedule, WSU head coach Dustin White announced Thursday.