Cougars’ defense chasing offense so far this spring

PULLMAN – The first play from scrimmage was a defensive offsides. A broken coverage and improper technique led to four passing touchdowns in just 40 plays. Three quarterbacks combined to complete over 60 percent of their passes. But those defensive blemishes can be polished, and … Read more

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Wednesday morning Pac-12 links

From Pullman — Today got a lot more interesting with the news yesterday that a pair of players will… Read more

WSU spring football: Sebastian LaRue makes transition to defense

PULLMAN – When Sebastian LaRue transferred to Washington State from Texas A&M it was immediately assumed that the former highly-coveted receiver recruit would provide stiff competition for WSU’s deep receiving corps. LaRue, who claimed scholarship offers from schools such as Ohio State, Oklahoma and USC coming out of high school is competing with the Cougars’ pass-catchers on the field, but as an opponent rather than a rival. Read more

WSU spring football: Sebastian LaRue makes transition to defense

When Sebastian LaRue transferred to Washington State from Texas A&M it was immediately assumed that the former highly-coveted receiver recruit would provide stiff competition for WSU’s deep receiving corps. Read more

Spring Practice Report: Day 9

From Pullman — After a pair of full-pads practices replete with slobber-knockers, jaw-wobblers and even a couple head-rattlers, the Cougars… Read more

Q&A with strength coach Jason Loscalzo

In yesterday's paper we had a story on Vince Mayle, who has dropped 20 pounds since arriving at Washington State… Read more

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Sunday morning Pac-12 links

Sebastian LaRue's athleticism has been apparent throughout the spring as the Texas A&M transfer made an immediate mark as a… Read more

Blog matters: Cougars, Vandals, Chiefs

A sampling from the past week of entries in The Spokesman-Review blog SportsLink at spokesman.com/ sportslink. Cougars Read more

WSU spring football: Vince Mayle emerges slimmer, faster

College football players spend the winter hidden away from the outside world in a weight room where their work goes unwatched by their autumnal fans. Read more

Spring Practice Report: Day 8

From Pullman — There was no “scrimmage” but Washington State's football practice on Saturday had live tackling, fights, guests, a… Read more

Five Questions with Cole Madison and Kristoff Williams

Two more Cougars joined us this week for our Five Questions segment. This time it's wide receiver Kristoff Williams and… Read more

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Friday morning Pac-12 links

From Pullman — The Cougars donned all of their pads yesterday and the result was a physical practice, complete with… Read more

WSU Cougars-Nevada Wolf Pack football opener moved up one day

Washington State’s football game at Nevada has been moved to Friday, Sept. 5 at 7:30 p.m. to accommodate a nationally televised broadcast. The game, originally scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 6, will be televised either on ESPN or ESPN2. Last season the Cougars had two games televised on ESPNU and three on ESPN, including their New Mexico Bowl appearance. Read more

Cougars’ defense chasing offense so far this spring

The first play from scrimmage was a defensive offsides. A broken coverage and improper technique led to four passing touchdowns in just 40 plays. Three quarterbacks combined to complete over 60 percent of their passes. But those defensive blemishes can be polished, and as Washington State football coach Mike Leach said, “it’s that time of year.” Read more

A tour of the FOB with Darryl Monroe

From Pullman — The Football Operations Building won't open for about five more weeks but linebacker Darryl Monroe starred in… Read more

WSU game at Nevada schedule change

From Pullman—There has been a schedule change for the Washington State football team, with its game at Nevada being moved… Read more

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