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Camp is half over

If you're planning to make the trip out to Lewiston, you should probably think about coming out this weekend. Today starts the second half of WSU's Idaho excursion, and after the 13th there won't be any more open practices until Spring.

We've got WSU links and more, after the jump.


-- Washington State probably won't play many newcomers this season, and that's a good thing.

-- Isaiah Myers continues to turn heads in practice.

-- It was a big day too for former WSU kicker Andrew Furney, who hit his first NFL game-winner in his first NFL (preseason) game.

-- The NCAA took a step toward autonomy yesterday. What does that mean? Here's a good explanation.

-- The saga of Tra'Mayne Bondurant continues.

-- Arizona State is hoping another junior college receiver makes a big contribution.

-- Cal's coaches need more to see more fire out of their team.

-- Stanford is trying to find a running back who's as good as the last three.

-- USC is getting a game day makeover.

-- Myles Jack is putting running back on the back burner for now.

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Jacob Thorpe
Jacob Thorpe joined The Spokesman-Review in 2013. He currently is a reporter for the Sports Desk covering Washington State University athletics.

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