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With pick No. 123, Mayle joins Cooper in Cleveland

So, which Browns jersey are you going to buy? The Xavier Cooper model, or the Vince Mayle edition? Read more

Morning links: And the draft goes on

Connor Halliday and Vince Mayle will find out their professional destinations today. But Xavier Cooper already knows where he’s going. Read more

Cooper drafted in third round

PULLMAN – Xavier Cooper sat at a draft party he hosted with Tacoma football royalty and angrily texted his agent. Told by his representatives and others that he would be a mid-to-late second-round pick in the 2015 NFL draft, the third round’s end was fast approaching and defensive linemen were flying off the board, none of them him. Read more

Cleveland takes Xavier Cooper with the 96th pick

The Cleveland Browns traded up to select Washington State’s Xavier Cooper in the third round of the NFL draft. Read more

WSU spring wrap-up chat

I’ll answer any remaining questions about WSU’s spring football practices at noon. Read more

Washington State quarterbacks in charge this offseason

PULLMAN – The last gasp of organized football for the academic year is done, and soon the fans who’ve paid attention this long will let their focuses drift to annual vacations and summertime hobbies. Peyton Bender won’t have any more six-touchdown scrimmages and Luke Falk isn’t going to scramble for another touchdown until Washington State’s fall camp in August. Read more

WSU wraps up spring football

Washington State practiced for the 15th and final time this spring on Tuesday. Read more

Video: Jeremiah Allison after practice

Jeremiah Allison speaks to the media after WSU’s final spring practice. Read more

Video: Mike Leach after practice

Mike Leach speaks to the media after WSU’s final practice of spring. Read more

With Dom Williams’ help, Luke Falk asserts himself as Cougars’ No. 1 quarterback

Luke Falk and his Crimson team beat the Gray in Washington State’s annual spring scrimmage because of the quarterback’s superior decision-making and accuracy. Or maybe he just had the best target. Read more

Blanchette: Spirit of Cougars football lives on at Joe Albi Stadium

One of the simultaneously high and low moments of Washington State football history occurred at Albi Stadium some 45 years ago in the rubble of a blowout loss to Stanford. Eric Cross was steaming toward the end zone and another touchdown when a 27-year-old Vietnam vet and Wazzu business major named Terry Smith hurtled over the wall near the south end zone, squared up and lowered his right shoulder into the Stanford running back at the 1-yard line. Read more

Cougs find some stars

Luke Falk and his Crimson team beat the Gray in Washington State’s annual spring scrimmage because of the quarterback’s superior decision-making and accuracy. Or maybe he just had the best target. Read more

Blanchette: WSU scrimmage a bit inconclusive

Either the defensive mindset at Wazzu really has turned the corner, or the offense has decided to take things into its own hands. Only kidding. Read more

Initial observations from WSU spring game

Washington State’s annual Crimson and Gray game just wrapped up. Here’s what stuck out: Read more

WSU spring game stats

Final stats from Washington State’s Crimson and Gray game. Read more

WSU spring football: Crimson and Gray Game provides chance to impress

PULLMAN – Although spring games are ultimately spiffed-up practices that serve to widen the football program’s ticket-buying base by giving fans a free taste of the game-day experience, the annual scrimmages have been fairly pivotal in Luke Falk’s Washington State career. Last year’s Crimson and Gray Game was the previously unknown walk-on quarterback’s debut performance for Crimson fans and he rose to the occasion, completing 20 of 31 pass attempts for 213 yards and a touchdown. Read more

WSU spring game offers chance for unknown players to emerge

While spring games may not mean much to coaches they can serve as touchstone moments for previously unseen players and the fans getting to know their names. Case in point: WSU quarterback Luke Falk. Read more

WSU spring football: Peyton Pelluer reflects Cougars’ new defensive goals

PULLMAN – The speed at which football is played will never slow down for Peyton Pelluer, but he’s starting to speed up. While the sophomore linebacker isn’t particularly quick for his position, the quickness with which he reacts to the offense allows him to play fast by putting himself in the right spot before anybody else. Read more

WSU spring football: Peyton Pelluer reflects Cougars’ new defensive goals

PULLMAN – The speed at which football is played will never slow down for Peyton Pelluer, but he’s starting to speed up. Read more

Video: Five Questions with Dom Williams

Five questions with senior receiver Dom Williams. Read more

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