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Statistics: WSU vs. Arizona

For 10-17-2010


How they scored: WSU vs. Arizona

First quarter Arizona 7, WSU 0


Cougars fail to capitalize; lost opportunities a plague

PULLMAN – It was a game in which Washington State University came so close in just about every aspect of the football game. Except winning. That goal slipped from the …


Vince Grippi’s Keys to the Game: WSU vs. Arizona

What went right For possibly the first time this season, the WSU defense held its own. Though helped when Arizona quarterback Nick Foles was knocked from the game in the …


Huskies hang tough in double OT against Oregon State

SEATTLE – Jake Locker threw a career-high five touchdown passes, two in overtime to Jermaine Kearse, and Oregon State’s two-point conversion attempt in the second overtime fell incomplete as the …


USC’s Barkley throws 5 TD passes to rout California

LOS ANGELES – Shortly after Matt Barkley found Ronald Johnson in the end zone for their second touchdown in 35 seconds, Southern California sprinted up the Coliseum tunnel amid raucous …


Heisman stock takes hit

NEW YORK – Good thing the Heisman Trophy isn’t given out until December. In just a few hours on another topsy-turvy Saturday in college football, just about everyone whose name …


Vandals lose to Lousiana Tech

Ross Jenkins threw for three touchdowns and ran for another, and Louisiana Tech had 678 yards of offense in a 48-35 win over Idaho on Saturday.


Grandfather, uncle Steven Jackson of NFL guided Idaho RB

MOSCOW, Idaho – Back in Las Vegas, the father and son still cross paths. Their meetings are infrequent, unexpected – and usually awkward. Deonté Jackson has stumbled across his biological …


Cougs reach halfway with new hope

PULLMAN – The record is the same. The statistical benchmarks are similar. But there’s seems to be something different about this Washington State University football team as it prepares to …


Moos sees progress in Wulff’s program

When it comes to the state of the football program, Washington State athletic director Bill Moos is surprised it’s not generating more comment. “I’m not tired of hearing about it,” …


Moos molds big wish list for Martin Stadium

PULLMAN – Bill Moos has been in his athletic director position at Washington State University for less than a year, but that hasn’t stopped him from dreaming big. In fact, …


Luchs’ revelations won’t clean oily ooze

So you didn’t think there was any upside to Washington State being the Officer Barbrady of college football these last couple of years? Wrong, scandal-breath.


Hunter denies taking money from ex-agent

Torey Hunter is convinced some of his Washington State University teammates took money from former sports agent Josh Luchs in the early 1990s – just like Luchs claimed in the …


Blanchette: Luchs’ revelations serve little purpose

So you didn’t think there was any upside to Washington State being the Officer Barbrady of college football these last couple of years? Wrong, scandal-breath.


Agent paid college players, including former Cougars

NEW YORK – A former sports agent tells Sports Illustrated he paid college football players early in his career, and several of them confirm it to the magazine. In the …


Huskies catch a break in Oregon State match

SEATTLE – Heading into a rematch of last year’s 48-21 loss to Oregon State, the University of Washington football team knows all too well which family can ruin a reunion. …


Cougs prepare for pass-happy Wildcats

PULLMAN – Mike Stoops knows how lucky he is. He has Nick Foles as his quarterback.


Paterno critics up in arms after losses

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – The heat is on Joe Paterno to turn things around at injury-riddled Penn State after two lackluster losses. The Nittany Lions (3-3, 0-2 Big Ten) have …


Running back for EWU defies foster care’s higher ed record

The letters arrive on a semiregular basis, sometimes as often as twice a month. Scrawled on each are the words, “I love you.” Occasionally, there’s a reminder to “brush your …


Tough Hokie postpones surgery to keep playing

Virginia Tech left guard Greg Nosal has earned tough-guy points, postponing the reattachment of a torn-off tip of his left pinkie to keep playing. The school says Nosal (No. 75 …


First look: Arizona at WSU

Time: Saturday, 4:30 p.m., Martin Stadium, Pullman TV: Versus


EWU coaches won’t let players get complacent

If the worst is, indeed, over for Eastern Washington University’s football team, the Eagles’ coaching staff would like to keep it a secret, especially as far as its players are …


Time for a breath for EWU?

If the worst is, indeed, over for Eastern Washington University’s football team, the Eagles’ coaching staff would like to keep it a secret, especially as far as its players are …


WSU’s kickoff return coverage best in nation

PULLMAN – Forgive Paul Wulff if he does some bragging. After all, the NCAA statistics haven’t been kind to the Washington State Cougars the past couple of years. But there …


Avery steps up for Boise State

Jeremy Avery never complained or sulked when he was informed by coaches back in August that his role in the Boise State backfield would be diminished this season. Avery has …


UW’s season feels familiar

SEATTLE – If a cartoonist were to create the image of the first five-twelfths of the University of Washington football season – and the players and coaches probably won’t be …


EWU defense sculpts a beauty

Beau Baldwin didn’t need to flip through a thesaurus to come up with a word to describe the offensive performance of his Eastern Washington University football team Saturday. The Eagles’ …


Statistics: WSU vs. Oregon

For 10-10-2010


WSU hits third-quarter snag in upset bid over No. 3 Oregon

PULLMAN – Washington State University football coach Paul Wulff trudged into the postgame media interview session, stepped to the microphone and waited. For once, Wulff wasn’t worried the questions would …