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WSU will spend part of fall camp in Lewiston
But the sojourn to Lewiston will also serve as an opportunity for the Cougar players to form stronger bonds.
A number of other colleges in recent years have followed the NFL's lead, spending part of their fall camp schedule away from campus in order to provide a bonding experience and to allow for greater focus.
The Cougs are expected to stay in dorms on the Lewis–Clark State College but the school does not have a football team or football practice fields.
The WSU practice plan, one source told CF.C, is for the Cougs to use the practice fields at a local prep school. Note: Another source told CF.C after this article was first published that the Cougs would be practicing at Sacajawea Junior High.
WSU is expected to practice in Lewiston from Aug. 2 to around Aug. 11.
The official schedule from WSU, complete with dates and times, is not expected to be available until sometime next week.
CF.C will be making the drive to Lewiston each day for as long as the Cougs practice there, and as always we will be bringing you wall-to-wall coverage of the fall camp practice sessions.
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