With one week remaining until its season opener at home against UCLA, Washington State University will conduct its final football scrimmage this morning at 9 in Martin Stadium.
The scrimmage will feature the first-team offense and defense working against scout teams modeled after UCLA.
It will mark the Cougars’ first practice this fall on artificial turf - through two weeks of two-a-day drills, they’ve remained on the natural-grass practice field.
After the scrimmage, the Cougars will head to Spokane for a 3:30 p.m. youth clinic at the Spokane Youth Sports Association’s North Complex adjacent to Albi Stadium. It is free and open to children in the eighth grade and below. , DataTimes
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