The show must go on

Today's practice will be the second-to-last of Washington State's fall camp in Lewiston. It will be held at Sacajawea Junior High at 2:30 p.m. unless it isn't. The following links will explain why, and more.

-- WSU's new smoke forecast system has been getting plenty of use lately. Yesterday, the smoke sent the Cougars back to Pullman for practice, and they could return if things do not clear up.

-- Our story in today's paper looks how Daquawn Brown's experience playing early could benefit some young teammates.

-- Bud Withers has a story on WSU's practice relocation.

-- Vince Mayle answers questions over at CougCenter.

-- Here is a quick preview of the Cougars.

-- Washington is going to produce an in-house offshoot of "The Drive."

-- Arizona checks in at No. 26 in the USA Today College Football Countdown.

-- Cal has another receiver to keep an eye on.

-- Oregon has to move forward after a significant injury to its starting left tackle.

-- Two Oregon State roommates are competing for a cornerback spot.

-- Stanford's fullbacks dream of glory at a glory-less position.

-- USC's upgrades are years away.

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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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