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NCAA studying rule to allow electronic communication between coaches, players on field

PULLMAN – Few NCAA football coaches are likely to be less affected by a proposed NCAA rule change that would allow coaches to communicate electronically with players on the field than Mike Leach, but Washington State’s coach still says he’s supportive of the move. The NCAA football rules committee is trying to experiment with wireless communication, similar to the NFL where the quarterback and one defensive player have devices that allow them to communicate with coaches until there are 15 seconds left on the play clock. Read more

Former Mike Leach quarterback Graham Harrell will coach receivers for WSU

PULLMAN – Less than a year after joining the Washington State football program as an offensive analyst, Graham Harrell is the Cougars’ new outside receivers coach. Mike Leach announced on Thursday that Harrell would fill the assistant coaching position vacated when Dennis Simmons took a coaching position at Oklahoma. Read more

Former Mike Leach quarterback, Graham Harrell, will coach receivers for WSU

Less than a year after joining the Washington State football program as an offensive analyst, Graham Harrell is the Cougars’ new outside receivers coach. Mike Leach announced on Thursday that Harrell would fill the assistant coaching position vacated when Dennis Simmons took a coaching position at Oklahoma. Read more

Former Leach, NFL QB Graham Harrell is new WSU receivers coach

As a player at Texas Tech, Graham Harrell threw an NCAA-record 134 touchdown passes in Mike Leach’s offense. Read more

Live WSU chat

Join us at 11 a.m. on Wednesday to talk about Cougar sports. Read more

Three Cougars invited to the NFL scouting combine

Three former Washington State football players have been invited to attend the NFL scouting combine. Read more

WSU adds a cornerback to 2015 recruiting class

The Cougars announced 23 signees yesterday during the first day of the signing period, but that doesn’t mean they were done recruiting. Read more

Morning links: Signing day come and gone

Yesterday was the first day football recruits in the class of 2015 could sign letters of intent. Read more

WSU recruiting class ranked No. 43 in country by Scout.com

PULLMAN – Despite a flurry of late defections, Washington State’s 2015 recruiting class is one of its most highly regarded in years. But, oh, what could have been. Read more

WSU football’s recruiting class ranked No. 43 in country by Scout.com

PULLMAN – Despite a flurry of late defections, Washington State’s 2015 recruiting class is one of its most highly regarded in years. Read more

WSU receivers coach Dennis Simmons to Oklahoma

Mike Leach confirmed on Wednesday recent speculation that outside receivers coach Dennis Simmons will be taking a similar position at Oklahoma. Read more

WSU’s 2015 recruiting class

Here is the school’s release announcing the 2015 football recruiting class. Read more

WSU signing day live chat

WSU recruiting expert Britton Ransford of WazzuWatch.com joins us to talk about WSU’s 2015 recruiting class. Read more

Washington State football signees

The faxes are humming in Pullman so check in frequently as we update this list of which recruits have signed with the Cougars. Read more

WSU recruit Treshon Broughton’s path to D-I football had twists and turns

PULLMAN – Treshon Broughton’s journey to college has had more unfortunate obstacles than most, and his path to a Pac-12 football scholarship has rarely been clear. But, he’s never gone wrong sticking with the Hoyds. Read more

WSU recruit Treshon Broughton’s path to D-I football had twists and turns

PULLMAN – Treshon Broughton’s journey to college has had more unfortunate obstacles than most, and his path to a Pac-12 football scholarship has rarely been clear. Read more

The Cougars are spending more on recruiting but so are their peers

USA Today compiled a database showing how much each FBS school spent on recruiting in the 2012-13 school year. Read more

Maryland linebacker chooses WSU

Maryland linebacker Nnamdi Oguayo will travel across the country to play his college ball. Read more

New WSU assistants will make more than predecessors

PULLMAN – Washington State’s budget for assistant football coaches increased significantly for the second consecutive season because of two new coaches who will each make more than their predecessors. New defensive coordinator Alex Grinch will make slightly more than $425,000 next year and Roy Manning, the new outside linebackers coach, will make about $236,500. Former defensive coordinator Mike Breske’s final annual salary at WSU was $376,500 while former outside linebackers coach Paul Volero made $181,500. Read more

New WSU assistant salaries

Washington State made the personnel action forms for new assistant football coaches Alex Grinch and Roy Manning available on Wednesday. Read more

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