Ducks a ‘faceless foe’ to Cougars

PULLMAN – Despite a Pac-12 opener against the No. 2 team in the country on deck, this week is just like every other week for the Washington State football team, which is focused internally and cares only about the things it can control. No matter … Read more

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Another Black Friday Apple Cup slated for 2015

PULLMAN – Washington State will only play one weekday football game next season, two fewer than 2014. But the Cougars’ only non-Saturday game in 2015 is another Black Friday Apple Cup, likely a concession to television demands, one that makes it difficult for those East Side residents who must choose between football and the holiday. It was previously thought that after playing the rivalry game on the Friday after Thanksgiving in 2012 and 2013 that the teams would have a least a two-year period of Saturday Apple Cups. The Cougars will have six home games in Martin Stadium next season, including four against Pac-12 opponents. Read more

Jacob Thorpe’s Pac-12 Conference power rankings

The out-of-conference games took their toll on the Pac-12 and now that the conference’s teams are sufficiently beaten up they’ll start to play each other. With a 25-4 record in nonconference games the Pac-12 mostly solidified its reputation as one of college football’s top conferences. Still, it’s hard not to think that the Pac-12 missed an opportunity to really be considered elite. USC is still one of the conference’s most talented teams and could certainly win the Pac-12 South. If it does, it will make every good program it beats look bad in the process, losing to the team that lost to Boston College. Read more

Another Black Friday Apple Cup slated for 2015

Washington State will only play one weekday football game next season, two fewer than 2014. Read more

WSU 2015-16 schedule released

The Pac-12 released its conference football schedules on Tuesday evening during the Pac-12 Football Weekly on the Pac-12 Networks. Washington…

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WSU vs. Oregon: Game notes

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Superlative WSU statistics

Through three games Washington State has put up some impressive stats, and not just because of its high-volume passing offense…

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Isiah Myers added to Biletnikoff Award watch list

Washington State receiver has been added to the Biletnikoff Award Watch List following his 227-yard, three-touchdown performance against Portland State…

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Ducks a faceless opponent to Cougars

No matter what uniform combination Oregon comes up with this weekend, the Cougars say they will simply see the same generic opponent they prepare for every week. Read more

Video: Cyrus Coen, Dom Williams and Toni Pole

Cyrus Coen, Dom Williams and Kalafitoni Pole spoke to the media on Monday. The videos, courtesy of WSU athletics, are…

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Video: Mike Leach during Monday press conference

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Cougars must make the most of every opportunity

Mike Leach addressed the media on Monday, as is his custom, to discuss Washington State's upcoming game against No…

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WSU at Utah set for 5 p.m. PST

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Grading the Portland State game

Let me preempt those of you who will see fit to remind me in the comments and on Twitter by…

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Small step taken, big leap ahead for WSU

PULLMAN – The nonconference portion of Washington State’s football schedule is over and the season’s first third was largely disappointing. The Cougars enter Pac-12 play with a long and narrow road to a bowl game, but at least Saturday’s 59-21 win over Portland State established a starting point. Quarterback Connor Halliday looked like he was performing a skeleton passing drill in practice, leading the offense to a school-record 706 yards of offense. The team’s red-zone struggles were nowhere to be found with WSU scoring on all seven trips inside the PSU 20-yard line, six of them ending in touchdowns. Read more

Cougars give a sneak peek at white helmets


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With win, Cougars now have starting point

The Cougars enter Pac-12 play with a long and narrow road to a bowl game, but at least Saturday’s 59-21 win over Portland State established a starting point. Read more

Give and Take: Sunday letters

Leach, Moos “I say, I say.” Colonel Foghorn Leghorn of Henery Hawk fame is coach Mike Leach of WSU football fame and has he nothing to say? Read more

Washington State 59, Portland State 21: Statistics

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