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WSU in rare situation regarding quarterbacks

Barring unforeseen attrition, Washington State will begin next football season with a junior quarterback, a sophomore quarterback, a redshirt freshman and, if Justus Rogers develops as the coaches hope he will, a true freshman who can redshirt. Read more

Cougars add speed, size to team

On Wednesday, 25 high school or junior college athletes signed contracts to continue their football careers at Washington State. The whole process was over by 10:24 a.m. Read more

WSU Signing Day HQ

Well, it’s here. National Signing Day. The media is excited, fans are excited and coaches are excited. See? Read more

Rogers may yet become a Cougars quarterback

After twice quarterbacking the state’s most storied high school football program to the state championship game, Justus Rogers is finally learning how to play the position. Read more

Nilsson Gaisoa reveals his choice: WSU

As college football’s recruiting season crescendos to National Signing day next Wednesday, the chase to fill commitment lists is often compared to musical chairs. Read more

WSU hires JaMarcus Shephard to coach inside receivers

When JaMarcus Shephard gets to Pullman, he will have to make all the normal adjustments typical for someone moving from a state known for its horses, its bourbon and its blue grass to the snow-covered Palouse. Read more

WSU’s Jamal Morrow arrested for DUI

Washington State running back Jamal Morrow was arrested shortly after midnight on Sunday morning for driving under the influence. Read more

WSU running back Jamal Morrow arrested for DUI

Washington State running back Jamal Morrow was arrested shortly after midnight on Sunday morning for driving under the influence. Read more

WSU adds JaMarcus Shephard to coaching staff

JaMarcus Shephard will coach inside receivers at Washington State. Read more

Logan Tuley-Tillman will transfer to WSU

The former Michigan Wolverine will finish his career on the Washington State offensive line. Read more

Rule gives school medical professionals final authority on concussions

The Pac-12, along with the NCAA’s four other major conferences, approved a rule Friday requiring that school medical professionals have autonomous and final authority in deciding when an athlete returns to play from a concussion or other injury, a move lauded as a significant health and safety protection. Read more

New WSU receivers coach Dave Nichol a jack of all trades

There have been many hats worn by Dave Nichol in his various stints coaching for Mike Leach, and the first might as well have said “Tour Guide.” Read more

A second WSU receivers coach departs Cougars, headed to Oregon

Three coaches who were once assistants under Mike Leach at Washington State, two of them this season, have become first-time head coaches, coordinators, or assistants at the FBS level since the 2015 regular season ended. Read more

WSU football signs four for spring

Football recruits Garrett McBroom, Isaiah Johnson, Justus Rogers and Jalen Thompson have enrolled at Washington State for spring practice. Read more

Receivers coach David Yost reportedly heads to Oregon

According to a report from Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports, Washington State inside receiver’s coach David Yost is joining the staff at Oregon. Read more

WSU’s Mike Utley to be inducted into College Football Hall of Fame

Offensive lineman Mike Utley, who suffered a spinal cord injury during an NFL game and was paralyzed, is the fourth Washington State player named to the College Football Hall of Fame. Read more

Mike Utley named to the college football Hall of Fame

Offensive lineman Mike Utley is the fourth Washington State player to earn the honor, joining Glen Edwards, Mel Hein and Reuben Mayes. Read more

Morning links: WSU knocks off UCLA

Washington State got its first win over a ranked team under coach Ernie Kent Sunday, beating UCLA in Pullman. Read more

Morning links: WSU lands its quarterback, again

Quentin Davis has accepted a scholarship offer from Washington State, just one day after Cody Brewer decided to pursue other opportunities. Read more

It is now permissible to contribute to the Sorenson Families medical expenses

Washington State has clarified the NCAA’s position on a charitable account set up to assist the family of offensive lineman Riley Sorenson. Read more

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