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  • Backup Coug QB Apodaca to transfer

    Backup quarterback Austin Apodaca has left the Washington State football program. He will finish out the semester at WSU and then transfer to another school. Apodaca confirmed his decision to …


  • WSU quarterback Austin Apodaca will transfer

    Backup quarterback Austin Apodaca has left the Washington State football program. He will finish out the semester at WSU and then transfer to another school.


  • Though few in numbers, WSU freshmen anticipate opportunities against Idaho

    If it wasn’t already obvious based on who was playing where during Washington State’s preseason football camp, it’s rather clear now, through three games, that the Cougars won’t rely this …


  • Apodaca arrival

    PULLMAN – Mike Leach said earlier this week that he wanted to get second-year freshman quarterback Austin Apodaca into a game “as soon as possible,” with the caveat that his …


  • WSU football position review: Quarterbacks

    Connor Halliday isn’t shy about speaking his mind, so it’s noteworthy that the junior quarterback is mostly saying all of the things Washington State fans want to hear.


  • Cougars getting grasp on who will be their holder

    PULLMAN – Austin Apodaca might have the upper hand in this competition. But you never know. Mike Bowlin is right there, too.


  • Colorado QB wins over WSU coaching staff

    PULLMAN – His footwork, accuracy and leadership qualities had already been lauded by coach Mike Leach on Wednesday afternoon. But as Washington State quarterback signee Austin Apodaca killed time before …


  • Colorado QB wins over WSU coaching staff

    His footwork, accuracy and leadership qualities had already been lauded by coach Mike Leach on Wednesday afternoon. But as Washington State quarterback signee Austin Apodaca killed time before a high …


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