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Morning links: Lots of WSU news and a live chat

We have plenty of Washington State football news to pass along in today’s morning links. If that’s not enough, we’ll hold a WSU chat at 11 a.m. Read more

Cougars offensive line should be force this season

This is the fourth of eight previews looking at WSU’s position-by-position prospects for the upcoming season. Today: Offensive line. Thursday: Running backs. PULLMAN – Cole Madison spent the 2014 season figuring out how to use his talent. Read more

Wildfires may force WSU football to move opener

PULLMAN – The wildfires that have ravaged Eastern Washington during this abnormally hot and dry summer have been a thorn in Bill Moos’ side. The fires threatened the ranch near Spokane owned by the Washington State athletic director, and he recently took his family to a barn dance that may as well have been held in one of his meat smokers. And now, the fires might threaten his football team’s home opener against the Portland State Vikings. The air quality in Pullman is a real concern, and the Cougars have already moved one practice indoors because the Air Quality Index (AQI) was above 150 – any number higher is considered unhealthy. Read more

Connor Halliday decides to give NFL another try

Connor Halliday’s retirement from football was nearly as brief as his stint with the Washington Redskins, the team that signed him as undrafted free agent out of Washington State last spring. Halliday boarded a flight home from Kansas City on Tuesday after a tryout with the Chiefs. He worked out for the team on Tuesday morning before meeting with coach Andy Reid and his staff. The team cannot sign Halliday until after the preseason is over in two weeks, at which point Halliday hopes the team will sign him to its practice squad. Read more

Video: Mike Leach after practice

Mike Leach talks offensive line, Connor Halliday and walk-ons after practice. Read more

WSU practice notes: Treshon Broughton arrives

Washington State had a visitor on Tuesday. Treshon Broughton, a highly regarded cornerback recruit, was watching from the sidelines. Read more

Connor Halliday giving football another go

Connor Halliday’s retirement from football was nearly as brief as his stint with the Washington Redskins, the team that signed him as undrafted free agent out of Washington State last spring. Read more

WA wildfires could force WSU to relocate, reschedule PSU game

Washington State athletic director Bill Moos is exploring options if smoke makes a game in Martin Stadium infeasible. Read more

Morning links: A longer look at the defensive line

There was no practice to report on yesterday. But our series of position previews continues. Read more

Depth on defensive line gives Cougars plenty of options

PULLMAN – The varying strengths of Washington State’s defensive linemen mean that assistant coach Joe Salave’a can turn each defensive series into a game of chess. The other team has it’s power back in during rushing situations? Big boys like Ngalu Tapa, Robert Barber and Destiny Vaeao were born to plug up rushing gaps. Read more

Depth on defensive line gives Cougars plenty of options

The varying strengths of Washington State’s defensive linemen mean that assistant coach Joe Salave’a can turn each defensive series into a game of chess. Read more

Recruiting: Cornerback Isaiah Love accepts WSU scholarship offer

Isaiah Love, a cornerback from West Covina, California, announced his decision to play football Washington State on Monday afternoon. Read more

Pullman air quality could continue to impact Cougars

The Washington State Cougars practiced indoors on Sunday because of smoke caused by nearby fires. It might not be the last time. Read more

Morning links: Previewing WSU’s linebackers

Our position previews continue today with a look at Washington State’s linebacker corps. Read more

WSU has pleasant dilemma at LB

This is the second of eight previews looking at WSU’s position-by-position prospects for the upcoming season. Today: Linebackers. Tuesday: D-line. Read more

WSU practice notes: Clay McGuire and Joe Salave’a look back

Washington State moved its hour-long practice indoors because Pullman is filled with smoke. Read more

WSU has pleasant dilemma at linebacker

Washington State’s veteran-laden linebacker corps presents an enviable dilemma to assistant coaches Ken Wilson and Roy Manning: Experience or exceptional athletic ability? Read more

Recruiting: Los Angeles linebacker Derek Moore accepts WSU offer

Outside linebacker Derek Moore has reportedly accepted a scholarship offer from Washington State, making him the 11th known member of WSU’s 2016 recruiting class. Read more

Morning links: WSU preseason ends with a scrimmage

The Washington State Cougars held a scrimmage during their last publicly open practice of the year. Read more

WSU football: Nailing down technique emphasis for defensive backs

This is the first of eight position previews looking at WSU’s position-by-position prospects for the upcoming season. Today: Defensive backs. Monday: Linebackers. PULLMAN – Just 10 months ago, Marcellus Pippins was a freshman cornerback making his debut at the tail end of Washington State’s win over Oregon State. Read more

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