LEWISTON, Idaho — Washington State returned to its fall camp here Tuesday afternoon for a 70-minute football workout, the last one before a climactic scrimmage that will end the off-campus portion of its season preparation.
Monday, the Cougars were prevented from a workout in Lewiston by thick smoke from a wildfire south of the city and they returned to the WSU campus for drills. But a day later, winds had made the haze more moderate, and by late afternoon, after the WSU workout was done, a heavy thunderstorm hit the entire area.
A scrimmage Wednesday will end the 12-day Lewiston camp, headquartered at Lewis-Clark State College.
WSU opens the season Aug. 28 at CenturyLink Field against Rutgers, which will be playing for the first time as a Big Ten member.
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