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Video: WSU’s new coordinator in action

Here is a video of Alex Grinch working with Missouri’s safeties. Read more

WSU formally announces the new hire

Here is the press release Washington State Athletics just sent out regarding the hiring of Alex Grinch as defensive coordinator: Read more

WSU hires Missouri assistant Alex Grinch as defensive coordinator

Alex Grinch will take over as the new defensive coordinator at Washington State and will try to make the Cougars defense as potent as their offense. Read more

Live WSU chat

We host our weekly live chat to talk about WSU sports. Read more

Deone Bucannon named to NFL All-Rookie team

The writers that cover NFL teams every day have decided that Deone Bucannon was one of the league’s best rookies in 2014. Read more

Isiah Myers to play in Gridiron Showcase

Washington State senior receiver Isiah Myers will play in the College Gridiron Showcase, the school announced. Read more

Eleven local players chosen for all-state volleyball matches

Eleven players from local schools have been selected to participate in the Volleyball All-State series March 14 at Auburn-Riverside High School. Chosen for the 3A/4A team were Greater Spokane League MVP Kazlyn Roullier of Central Valley and All-GSL first-teamer Joslyn Bopray of Lewis and Clark. Read more

G&T Blog matters: Vernon Adams collects EWU academic honor, GU’s Kyle Wiltjer suttle skill, Mike Leach’s contract with WSU

A sampling from the past week of entries in The Spokesman-Review blog, Sportslink at spokesman.com/ blogs/sportslink. 2: The hard work paid off today, when Adams was named Eastern’s Scholar- Athlete of the Month for January, along with basketball player Melissa Williams. It’s been an unlikely road for Adams, a two-time All-American who told me this morning that he didn’t even like the classroom until he came to Cheney. Read more

WSU runs $13 million deficit for athletics

Uncommon expenditures on coaching salaries, buyouts and debt service left Washington State University’s athletic department with a $13 million deficit at the end of last year. WSU’s revenue rose from $45.7 million in 2013 to about $47.3 million in 2014. However, the spending on WSU sports soared to $59.7 million last year – $10 million more than in 2013. Read more

Former football player sues WSU

Washington State has been named as a defendant in a civil suit brought by former Cougars football player Domenic Rockey stemming from an incident on Oct. 1, 2013, that left Rockey in the hospital. The suit claims that WSU was negligent by not adequately supervising players and reckless by insisting that players “keep each other accountable.” Rockey contends that enforcing a literal interpretation of that phrase caused a teammate to injure him, which cost medical damages, caused extreme weight loss and affected the walk-on’s chances of earning a scholarship. Read more

WSU athletics releases 2014 fiscal numbers

On Friday, the Washington State athletic department released its statement of revenues and expenses for the prior fiscal year. Read more

Beau Glover to leave WSU

Safety Beau Glover is leaving the Washington State football program, according to his Twitter account. Read more

WSU rolls over Mike Leach’s contract, as expected

We reported awhile ago that Bill Moos planned to allow Mike Leach’s contract to roll over, in effect extending it until 2019. Read more

Cougars land Oklahoma receiver

Oklahoma wide receiver Dahu Green is headed to Washington State, according to multiple recruiting outlets. Read more

Live WSU chat

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G&T Blog matters: Zags’ Byron Wesley, Daquawn Brown and Cougs

A sampling from the past week of entries in The Spokesman-Review blog, Sportslink at spokesman.com/ blogs/sportslink. 6: The 6-foot-5 Wesley can create his own shot, which comes in handy with time on the shot clock dwindling. He’s consistently able to get into the lane and score or draw fouls. Read more

WSU defensive lineman Xavier Cooper opts to enter NFL draft

Washington State defensive lineman Xavier Cooper will forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft this spring. Cooper, 23, is a junior but said he will take online classes to graduate in May with a degree in criminal justice. The 6-foot-4, 300-pound lineman played his high school ball at Tacoma’s Wilson High. Read more

Xavier Cooper will enter the NFL draft

Washington State defensive lineman Xavier Cooper will forego his senior season and enter the NFL draft this spring. Read more

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Cougars receiver Vince Mayle accepts invite to combine

PULLMAN – Washington State receiver Vince Mayle accepted an invitation to the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis, Mayle announced Tuesday on his Instagram account. The annual event is an opportunity for NFL general managers, coaches, scouts and personnel to observe college football’s best players as they undergo a series of mental and physical tests over four days. Read more

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