The Cougar football team is heading back up to the Palouse a whole lot better, after fall camp in Lewiston comes to an end.
As Cougar football players keep racking up the preseason awards, a different type of Cougar footballer is getting recognition.
One of the keys to winning in sports is preparation, something the Cougars preach year-round.
While we carefully watch the QB battle going on in Moscow, another battle is going on in the backfield.
The Vandals weren't the only ones to see some game-type action this past Saturday.
We're just over two weeks away from the college football season, and the Vandals gave us a preview of what we have to look forward to.
It only took six days, but the hitting has finally begun in Lewiston.
Seems like many of Idaho's sports programs are mixing up conferences, and one of them finds out who they will be facing in their upcoming season.
The Vandals may have lost a big piece of their football team a few weeks ago, but seemed to have filled that void pretty easily.
The Harris Field that most of you have grown to know and love is on its way to be becoming a bigger and better field.
The LCSC Volleyball program has become a powerhouse in the Frontier conference, and each year more and more fans come out to see the Warrior women dominate the competition.
The higher ups at WSU know what kind of coaches they have in their football program, and took a step to make sure they stick around for a long time.
As any good coach knows, the better your team gets along and gels with each other, the better they will play.
The Vandal Football team has been looking forward to getting back on the field and plan on never looking back.
It's looking like three most certainly is a charm as the Cougars open their third Fall Camp of the Mike Leach era.