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No practice report tonight

Conflicting duties mean we won't be able to bring you a practice report tonight. The Cougars  practiced for about…

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Jacob Thorpe’s Pac-12 football power rankings

Week 12 was supposed to be the Pac-12’s lull before the storm, with no ranked teams playing each other, the divisions practically wrapped up already and every game seemingly featuring an obvious favorite and underdog. Instead, chaos reigned on Saturday. The aftermath is that every Pac-12 South team other than Colorado has a shot at the divisional crown. How does this conference stack up anymore? Nobody knows, but here’s our best guess. 1 Oregon (9-1, 6-1; last week: No. 1) Oregon was smart to take off a weekend that saw the teams ranked No. 1, No. 6 and No. 9 knocked off while No. 3 Florida State and No. 4 TCU had to mount furious comebacks to beat unranked opponents. Read more

WSU embraces the heat

Washington State took to its indoor practice bubble, a clime much closer to what it will see this weekend in…

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WSU releases game notes, depth chart

Washington State's game notes for this weekend's game at Arizona State were released today, along with an updated…

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First Look at WSU’s game Saturday at Arizona State

When/where: Saturday, 10 a.m., Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, Arizona TV: Pac-12 Washington Read more

Starters battle to retain spots

PULLMAN – At some point in recent weeks, some of Washington State’s football defensive regulars started comparing practice statistics. Every team places importance on competition, so linebacker Cyrus Coen and his teammates created one among themselves, playing for bragging rights and keeping track of who was winning, and losing, each day. Read more

Cougars ramp up the competition on practice field

At some point in recent weeks, some of Washington State’s football defensive regulars started comparing practice statistics. Read more

Monday WSU press conference

Kache Palacio's weekly improvement culminated in a dominant performance in WSU's 39-32 win over OSU.

All three of…

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Apple Cup slated for 7:30 in Pullman

The annual Apple Cup football game between rivals Washington and Washington State will start at 7:30 p.m. in Pullman on Nov. 29, the Pac-12 announced on Monday. Read more

Vince Mayle a Biletnikoff semifinalist

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Washington State wide receiver Vince Mayle is one of 10 semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award, given…

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Cougars spend Sunday night prepping for ASU

The Cougars practiced early yesterday watched the team they just beat (OSU) knock off the team they play next (ASU…

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G&T Blog matters: UI football’s seniors, GU basketball’s freshmen, Cyrus Coen nominated

A sampling from the past week of entries in The Spokesman-Review blog, Sportslink at sportslink. 6: The senior class includes fifth-year perennials like Mike Marboe, who has started all 45 games during his time on campus, and Tom Hennessey, who has clawed his way up from walk-on scout-teamer. There are four-year guys like safety Bradley Njoku and defensive tackle Quayshawne Buckley. Junior college transfers make up nearly half the group, and had varying levels of impact in their short time here – the upside represented by quarterback- turned-receiver Josh McCain, who’s likely to wind up as Idaho’s MVP. Read more

WSU practices early and indoors

The Washington State went into the indoor practice bubble for a Saturday morning practice in order to turn up the…

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For WSU football, Thursdays feature coming attractions

PULLMAN – The largest – and some say the strongest – player on Washington State’s defense has not played a snap in a game this season, nor will he. At 6-foot-2, 314 pounds Ngalu Tapa is a load in the best way and he makes life difficult for opposing offensive linemen once a week, pushing them back so fast they occasionally sack their own quarterback. But only the ones on his team. Read more

Cougars coaches return for a quick scrimmage

WSU's coaches have fanned out across the country to recruit during the bye week.

But all were back in…

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Cougars’ ‘Thursday Night Football’ for up-and-coming players

The largest – and some say the strongest – player on Washington State’s defense has not played a snap in a game this season, nor will he. Read more

Jacob Thorpe’s Pac-12 football picks

PULLMAN – After 11 weeks of college football we finally know who these teams are. At least, we think we do. The contenders have separated from the pretenders in the Pac-12, with most of the conference’s strong teams residing in the south. This should be a pretty mild week compared to the last couple, with no ranked teams going head-to-head and the oddsmakers giving every favorite at least a touchdown advantage. Read more

Cyrus Coen nominated for Burlsworth Trophy

Washington State linebacker Cyrus Coen has been nominated for the Burlsworth Trophy, which is given to the best player who…

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