Left guard Will Gram has been the freshest face on the first-team offense this spring.
A third move to Cheney has been the charm for new Eastern Washington defensive coordinator Eti Ena.
Andy Katzenberger, a senior linebacker, sniffed out a short pass from quarterback Eric Barriere in the red zone, the first of four turnovers by the first- and second-team offenses in the 70-play tussle.
Heavy raindrops poured onto Ian Shoemaker as he doled advice to a group of quarterbacks Tuesday at Roos Field, but his smile still beamed through the dreary spring football weather.
A thinner, seemingly happier Jay-Tee Tiuli stood in front of a half-dozen cameras Thursday at Roos Field, the first time the Big Sky Conference Defensive Player of the Year spoke to reporters since November.
The faces are familiar, but the turnaround isn’t.
A few questions loom in Cheney as the Eastern Washington football team begins spring practice.
The Eastern Washington football team will return to the Inferno April 2 for spring practice.
The Eagles recently promoted Bryan Mills, who was on EWU’s staff the last two seasons as a defensive analyst.
Brown, who spent the last four seasons coaching cornerbacks at Cal Poly, began his career at EWU as a strength and conditioning intern in 2014.
Pat McCann will be Eastern Washington’s new wide receivers coach, the 33-year-old Olympia native confirmed Thursday.
On Monday, Central Washington head football coach Ian Shoemaker accepted the job as OC and quarterbacks coach for the Eagles, according to EWU coach Aaron Best.