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WSU’s time in Lewiston comes to a close

Washington State's fall camp in Lewiston, Idaho wraps up today with a scrimmage at 3 p.m. at Sacajawea Junior High. The Cougars braved heat, smoke and lightning to practice for 12 consecutive days. Let's celebrate their accomplishment with some links.

(We'll be holding a live WSU football chat here on SportsLink at 11 a.m.)

-- Our story in today's paper focuses on Cyrus Coen's improving pass coverage.

-- From yesterday's practice we have our daily report as well as some video.

-- Washington received a verbal commitment from a highly-regarded local recruit.

-- Rich Rodriguez says Arizona won't necessarily be limited to one QB.

-- Arizona State's camp is all about building chemistry.

-- If nothing else, Colorado's coaches hope the receivers will be fast.

-- Yvenson Bernard is back with the Beavers.

-- Is Stanford due for a down year?

-- Jim Mora thinks pretty highly of his young players.




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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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