THURSDAY, AUG. 7, 2014, 6 A.M.

Oh, what a catch

Let's get this link out of the way early. The catch by senior receiver Isiah Myers was the most impressive play by any individual so far in Washington State's camp, which wrapped up its fifth day yesterday. We had a full day here on the blog with a live chat, Drill of the Day and our daily practice report. We've also got some more WSU and Pac-12 links for you, after the jump.


-- Our story in today's paper looks at Luke Falk's quick journey from star recruit, to no-name walk-on, to backup quarterback at a Pac-12 school.

-- CougCenter has an interview with freshman receiver Calvin Green.

-- WSU's own Lisa Roman will compete in the World Rowing Championships.

-- Mead High's Danny Mattingly could contribute soon at Oregon.

-- It looks like more bad news for a former Washington coach.

-- USC's Darreus Rogers has earned the right to be called "No. 1."

-- The Utah safety valve is strong.

-- Some UCLA practice notes include a new left tackle.



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Jacob Thorpe
Sports reporter Jacob Thorpe covers Washington State University athletics. He also contributes to the SportsLink Blog.

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