Grip on Sports: Blunders abound in Seahawks, Percy Harvin saga

Saturday: The stunning news Friday afternoon: playmaker Percy Harvin, the guy who was supposed to inject excitement into the Seattle franchise, was out the door. Booted off to the New York Jets, the Siberia of the modern-day NFL, for a lowly midrange draft pick. So … Read more

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Report: Squally Canada last left WSU

Chris Shaw, who covers Washington State football for Cougfan.com, reported on Twitter that freshman running back Squally Canada has…

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Cougars needed time off

PULLMAN – Washington State football players addressed the media for the first time since the Stanford game on Monday and the consensus was that the players feel refreshed after a badly needed bye week. Because the Cougars depth isn’t yet to the level of teams that consistently win, they have had to rely on young players and haven’t had the luxury of substituting often despite an offensive system that – like many of WSU’s up-tempo opponents – goes through a lot of snaps each game. Read more

Arizona at Washington State

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WSU vs. Arizona game notes, depth chart

Washington State's game notes for this week's matchup against Arizona are out, along with a new depth chart…

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Video: Jamal Morrow speaks to the media

Here's running back Jamal Morrow at today's Washington State football press conference, courtesy of WSU Athletics:

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Video: Destiny Vaeao speaks to the media

Here's defensive lineman Destiny Vaeao at today's Washington State football press conference, courtesy of WSU athletics.

  

 

 

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Video: Cole Madison speaks to the media

Here's offensive lineman Cole Madison at today's Washington State football press conference, courtesy of WSU Athletics:

 

 

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Mike Leach Monday press conference

 

Washington State football coach Mike Leach addressed the media during his Monday press conference. The video above is courtesy of…

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Back to game preparations with a Sunday night practice

The Cougars returned to game preparations with their weekly 8 p.m. practice on Sunday night. Washington State only practiced…

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Keith Harrington, running back

Freshman running back Squally Canada was one of the players absent during today's football practice. So during the Cougars…

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Four Cougars named to Phil Steele’s midseason All-Pac-12 teams

Phil Steele's magazine and website are go-to resources for statheads and football junkies and the relative success of his…

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WSU notes: Cougs revisit fundamentals during bye week

PULLMAN – The Cougars are resting their bodies during the bye week, but only when the coaches are off recruiting. After playing seven consecutive football games to open the season, Washington State has finally been able to take a few practice days off, a needed respite for a team that had 11 players limited during Thursday’s practice and a handful of others that didn’t appear to be present. Read more

WSU notes: Cougs revisit fundamentals during bye week

The Cougars are resting their bodies during the bye week, but only when the coaches are off recruiting. Read more

All sorts of shuffling at WSU’s practice

By my count there were 11 limited players at WSU's practice on Thursday and a few more appeared to…

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Jacob Thorpe’s Pac-12 picks

Washington football coach Chris Petersen is 2-0 as a head coach against Oregon, but his Huskies carry a 10-game losing streak against the Ducks to Autzen Stadium this week. The rivalry has animosity instead of competitiveness and the Ducks will tease their visitors by foregoing new, flashy uniforms for one weekend in favor of old-school throwbacks to 1994 when Kenny Wheaton made “The Pick” off Damon Huard, starting the Ducks’ run of national relevance. Read more

The Cougars return with an intense practice

Washington State hadn't taken the field since Friday and has no opponent coming up this weekend so the Cougars…

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Grading the Stanford game

We hand out game grades for Washington State's 34-17 loss at Stanford, after the jump.

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