Grip on sports: Similar recipe for Cougs in loss

Friday: Did last night’s game have a familiar feel? Sure it did. And we’re not just talking about the Mike Leach era. Read more

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New depth chart for Nevada

Washington State just sent out its game notes, including an updated depth chart with a few notable changes on defense…

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Another game week begins

It's Monday and that means the start official start of the Spokesman Review's game week. The Cougars have…

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Washington St. at Nevada

When/Where: Friday, 7:30 p.m.; Mackay Stadium, Reno, Nevada TV: ESPN Read more

First look: WSU at Nevada

A first look at Washington State’s football game at Nevada on Friday night. Read more

They aren’t who you thought they were

What's the most predictable thing about college football? It's the unpredictability. Jameis Winston hardly looked like a Heisman…

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Sebastian LaRue back at practice

The Cougars held practice for about an hour tonight. There wasn't much worth noting – some punt drills, lots of…

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Highlights from WSU player availability

Connor Halliday, Darryl Monroe and Vince Mayle addressed the media on Saturday afternoon to talk about Thursday's loss to…

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Quotes from Mike Leach press conference

Washington State will play another weekday game this week, traveling to Reno, Nevada to take on the Wolf Pack. Because…

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Saturday morning Pac-12 links

Some teams still play their games on Saturday and without a Washington State game it's the perfect opportunity to…

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Cougars stick together after loss

SEATTLE – Washington State’s season got tougher on Thursday night. The enduring effect of the Cougars’ 41-38 loss to Rutgers is that the Cougars will need to beat one more opponent in the loaded Pac-12 to qualify for a bowl game. The immediate concern is that every team the Cougars plays will likely follow the Scarlet Knights’ offensive game plan until WSU proves it can stop the run. Read more

Uphill battle awaits Cougars

The enduring effect of the Cougars’ 41-38 loss to Rutgers is that the Cougars will need to beat one more opponent in the loaded Pac-12 to qualify for a bowl game. Read more

Grading the Rutgers game

Just like last season, each day following the Washington State game I'll be posting letter grades for each position…

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Morning after links

Washington State overcame an early deficit to take a solid lead against Rutgers in Seattle yesterday, but was unable to…

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WSU vs. Rutgers: Postgame notes


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WSU vs. Rutgers: Gamebook


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John Blanchette: Cougs can’t get out of Seattle fast enough

SEATTLE – Nothing completes a sendoff quite like a plunge into the Famous Last Words file. The Washington State Cougars called it a wrap on their football donation to the SoDo amusementscape on Thursday night, gifting a 41-38 victory to reward Rutgers for a long trip west even as the game managed to achieve what few of the previous 11 stagings did. Read more