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  • Tulsa routs Ball St.

    MOBILE, Ala. – Tulsa raced through the rain to a convincing GMAC Bowl win. Tarrion Adams rushed for 207 yards and three touchdowns in the 45-13 victory over No. 23 …


  • Longhorns escape in Fiesta

    GLENDALE, Ariz. – Left out of the national title game, Colt McCoy and Texas made the most of their trip to the Fiesta Bowl. McCoy hit Quan Cosby for a …


  • Texas joins teams with No. 1 dreams

    MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Texas, join the party. The why-not-us-as-national-champs festival.


  • Dominant USC wins third straight Rose Bowl

    PASADENA, Calif. – Overwhelming from the start, Southern California put on a championship performance. Too bad for the Trojans, they weren’t playing for the national title.


  • Georgia Bulldogs close strong

    ORLANDO, Fla. – Matthew Stafford gave the type of performance in the Capital One Bowl that’d make a fitting finale to his excellent Georgia career. Whether this was his last …


  • Ganz rallies Nebraska past Clemson

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Nebraska quarterback Joe Ganz was sprawled out on the ground, trainers huddled around him, teammates, coaches and fans wondering whether he would be able to continue playing. …


  • White airs it out

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – During four record-breaking seasons at West Virginia, Pat White made comeback victories and bowl wins routine. His grand finale, though, was unique. The most prolific running quarterback …


  • Freshman’s first career catch lifts California

    SAN FRANCISCO – Zack Follett concocted the final pass-rushing move of his California career and slipped past the Miami linemen who taunted him all night. He chased down Jacory Harris …


  • MAC setting standard

    MIAMI – While folks still were trying to figure out what Nick Saban put in Auburn’s Kool-Aid to snub a hot coaching nominee for a guy riding a 10-game losing …


  • Optimistic future in South Bend

    So Notre Dame can finally enjoy a football off-season. The nine-bowl losing streak is over. The offense has been reborn. The defense has Steel-curtain possibilities. Quarterback Jimmy Clausen finally looks …


  • Enter bowl season with caution

    DALLAS – Like chestnuts roasting on an open fire or George Bailey running down Main Street, I can’t think of anything that says the holiday season is here quite like …


  • Mercy Bowl all but forgotten

    Exactly how high the plane got off the ground is hard to say. No one could really be sure that foggy night in Ohio nearly a half-century ago. Some folks …


  • TCU ends Boise State’s perfect season

    SAN DIEGO – After getting a pregame pep talk from LaDainian Tomlinson, the TCU Horned Frogs went out and promptly fell behind Boise State 10-0 midway through the first quarter. …


  • Hurricanes blow into Bay Area

    SAN FRANCISCO – Although Jason Fox knew all about the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz prison from television, the Miami left tackle had never seen them in person before Tuesday, …


  • Ball State can’t afford Hoke

    In what some will consider a rather unconventional move, Ball State disclosed Brady Hoke’s plans before his future employer was ready to officially introduce him. BSU confirmed Monday evening that …


  • Eags turn to Plan B-aldwin

    It is always satisfying to see a plan come together – even if it is Plan B. Few, it would seem, can attest to that fact with as much conviction …


  • John Blanchette: Beau knows it takes work

    There is everything to like about a press conference at which a 3-year-old girl wiggles in her front-row chair, shucks off her shoes and puts a happy headlock on two …


  • Baldwin next EWU coach

    Less than 12 hours after being snubbed by Jim McElwain, Eastern Washington has hired Central Washington’s Beau Baldwin as its next head football coach. A source within the EWU athletic …


  • Magnificent Meyer

    In a vote as close as so many of the games in which he played, Eastern Washington University quarterback Erik Meyer won the Walter Payton Award on Thursday. Meyer edged …


  • Nightmare finish

    If last Saturday ranked among the biggest wins in the history of Eastern Washington University’s football program, this one surely registered at the top for pure excruciating pain. The game …


  • Bearkats are next challenge for No. 14 Eagles

    From big and brawny to fast and furious. That’s the change of direction Eastern Washington takes as the 14th-ranked Eagles march on in the I-AA football playoffs.


  • EWU unveils new look

    The donor suites and media center at Eastern Washington’s remodeled Woodward Field will be all but done when the Eagles kick off against Central Washington tonight. “It will be right …


  • Hook ’em Cougs!: Washington State upsets No. 5 Texas in Holiday Bowl

    SAN DIEGO – Washington State’s football program, short on history, made some Tuesday night. For the first time in Cougar history WSU won 10 games for a third consecutive season. …


  • Sooners pummel Cougars in Pasadena

    Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops and his Sooners showed up and shut down the two-headed monster that was Washington State’s co-coaches, Mike Price and Bill Doba, in a 34-14 Rose Bowl …


  • Worth shouting about: Cougs can dance to 10-2 record after win over Purdue in Sun Bowl

    Washington State got that 10th win, 33-27 over Purdue in front of 47,812 at the Sun Bowl on Monday. With it, this team became only the third in WSU history …


  • Cougs Cap Recruiting Effort With Prize Junior-College Catch

    Running back Kevin Brown, a highly recruited player out of San Francisco City College, signed a letter of intent to play for Washington State University, coach Mike Price said Thursday. …


  • Ccs Women Taking Control

    Thanks to a key second-half rally, the Community Colleges of Spokane women’s basketball team is sitting pretty in the Eastern Division of the NWAACC. The Sasquatch, trailing by 10 points …


  • Roses Result In Bouquet Of Prospects All-American Leads WSU Recruits

    Washington State’s Rose Bowl season has vaulted the Cougars into more pristine recruiting territory, marking a departure from the days when they could not compete with Washington in the quest …


  • Knee Injury Sidelines Coug Qb

    Birnbaum sidelines before he gets started. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review


  • No Subterfuge At Work Price Just Wants His Contract To Be Right

    When he signs his new contract with WSU, Mike Price just wants to be happy. File/The Spokesman-Review