First day of WSU fall camp is Aug. 8

WASHINGTON STATE kicks off fall camp a little more than three weeks from now. Once again, the Cougars will start things off in Lewiston.

Because the season starts later than in recent years, the WSU fall camp will also start a little later.

The first day of fall practice is Saturday, Aug. 8.

Washington State opens the season on Sept. 5 in Pullman against Portland State. The game will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks and is scheduled for the early Pac-12 broadcast window of 11 a.m.

WSU is expected to release an official fall camp schedule by the end of next week but if last year is any indication, the Cougs will spend a healthy amount of time in Lewiston.

Last year the Cougs scheduled the first 12 days at Sacajawea Middle School. (A wildfire in the area resulted in the Cougs temporarily returning to Pullman for a practice before returning to Lewiston).

As is customary in fall camp under Mike Leach, there were no two-a-day practices.

In fall camp under Leach, the Cougars usually practice in the afternoon, generally between 2:00 – 3:30, with a few evening practices thrown in.

The Lewiston fall camp practices have been open to fans and media in past years but once the Cougs return to Pullman, practices are open to the media for the first 15 minutes then closed for the remainder of the session.

We’ll bring you the dates, times and more fall camp information as soon as we get our hands on it.

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