Twenty-eight NFL teams were in attendance in Pullman for Washington State’s Pro Day and most of the scouts were focused on three players: Andre Dillard, Gardner Minshew and James Williams.
The most impressive performance at Idaho’s NFL pro day could not be quantified by a watch, tape measure or scale, but had to be seen.
Jacob Eason isn’t in Georgia anymore.
Not since 2013 have the inside linebackers at WSU been under different leadership. Ken Wilson was by Mike Leach’s side for six seasons, from 2013-18, until the longest-tenured assistant in Pullman accepted the same position at Oregon this offseason.
The faces are familiar, but the turnaround isn’t.
The Rose Bowl is in the rearview mirror. What’s next for the Washington Huskies?
No longer ago than last spring, Idaho’s impressionable young defenders could sit around the locker room after practice and listen to the old linebackers tell stories about their Super Bowl season. Or so it seemed.
A few questions loom in Cheney as the Eastern Washington football team begins spring practice.
A three-star running back with interest from three other Pac-12 suitors has committed to Washington State, Cougfan.com reported Saturday. Jyden King pledged to the Cougars while taking his visit to Pullman, giving Mike Leach’s program its first Class of 2020 commitment.
Looking for a sure thing? Bet heavily and confidently that the Idaho Vandals will be watching “300” for a pre-game movie next fall.
For almost every college football coach, the 15 spring workouts allowed by the NCAA create the challenge of pouring 10 gallons of work into a 5-gallon bucket. It is no different for the Idaho Vandals.
He didn’t sweep into Pullman with the force of a tornado, and he hasn’t thrown an iconic touchdown pass to a receiver sliding into a snowbank to win the Apple Cup, like his father. But there is another Bledsoe wearing No. 11 for the Washington State football team, and in the Cougars’ second spring workout, he had a pretty good day.
Washington State teammates who enjoyed that show last season realize they are going to have to be the show this year.
We examine the quandary at QB and four other questions for WSU as the Cougars regroup this week for spring workouts.
Redshirt sophomore QB Connor Neville, a former four-star high school prospect, announced Monday WSU had submitted his notification to transfer and entered his name into the NCAA’s transfer portal.
When Lynn Swann was hired out of nowhere to become USC’s athletic director in April 2016, his lack of major college administrative experience was brushed away with a promise.
The Spokesman-Review confirmed a Cougfan.com report that the Washington State quarterback suffered a lower-body injury during the team’s Midnight Maneuvers training regimen earlier this month and could miss the entirety of spring camp.
Fox has announced that it has hired Urban Meyer as one of the analysts for its retooled college football pregame show.
Texas has fired former star quarterback Vince Young from his part-time role as a development officer for poor performance and often being absent from work or not in touch with his supervisors. Young had job warnings dating back to 2017. The move also comes after Young had a second drunken driving arrest within three years on Feb. 4. The Associated Press obtained a copy of his March 1 firing letter through an open records request. Young declined to comment.
The Eastern Washington football team will return to the Inferno April 2 for spring practice.
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