WSU picks up a commitment, plus other notes


Most college football news that originates in the month of May is centered around recruiting, and that's the topic of today's morning post. Keep reading. reported yesterday that WSU gained an oral commitment from Greg Hoyd, a 3-star linebacker from Murrieta, Calif. Here's a brief story on Hoyd's commitment, though it's behind a paywall. Hoyd, listed at 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds, becomes WSU's third known commitment for the class of 2014. 

In case you missed it on the blog yesterday, we had a brief note on Toni Pole's citation from Pullman Police during the weekend.

Howie Stalwick has this WSU notebook leading with some track news, and including some of Bill Moos' comments on football scheduling discussed on his weekly radio show yesterday.

The WSU baseball team lost again yesterday, 7-6, at UC Santa Barbara. The reeling Cougars fell to 21-27, and will take their 8-16 Pac-12 record into this weekend's 3-game series against Washington in Pasco.

Christian Caple can be reached at Twitter: @ChristianCaple

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