Arrow-right Camera

Tags


Everything tagged


Sort by:

Stories tagged: college football


Huskies’ secondary aims to quiet critics

SEATTLE – The things people in the media are saying about the University of Washington’s secondary these days are not too complimentary. “They say don’t read it, but I like …


Eagles finally set to begin practice

In an effort to take additional strain off its already tortured athletic department budget, Eastern Washington University’s football team will belatedly hold its first full practice of fall camp this …


‘Track guy’ catches at WSU football camp

PULLMAN – The pass was low and a bit to the inside. No matter. Jeshua Anderson went to the turf, got his hands low and scooped it in. Ten-yard completion. …


Huskies’ defense hits it off

SEATTLE – Nine months is a long time with no one to flatten. So when the University of Washington football team donned pads for the first time Thursday afternoon, middle …


Wulff returns to pack

PULLMAN – Paul Wulff returned to Washington State University’s football practice Wednesday. It rained. He denied any correlation. “It’s great to be back,” Wulff said after the wet morning practice, …


Shoulder pads bring intensity; Wulff will rejoin Cougs today

PULLMAN – No matter how many hours a college football coaching staff plans and prepares, there are always surprises when practice starts. Some are pleasant, some disappointing.


UW will use tight ends more this year

SEATTLE – The list of Washington Huskies who would want to relive the 2008 football season is probably smaller than the current membership of the Kevin Federline fan club. But …


Huskies open new era

SEATTLE – At the open end of Husky Stadium, a kiosk selling school merchandise sat next to the local sports radio station broadcasting live, all while a couple hundred fans …


Cougs sport new look for fall

PULLMAN – It’s hard to miss. After an offseason spent sweating and straining, there is a new look to many of the Washington State University football players.


Cougars dismiss Ivory

PULLMAN – Senior running back Chris Ivory was dismissed from the Washington State University football team following practice Monday. Ivory, who attended the season-opening practice Sunday but was absent Monday, …


WSU mantra: Time for toughness

PULLMAN – It’s hard to believe there could be a college football season much tougher than the one Washington State University endured last year. And, to ensure it doesn’t happen …


New coaches fire up Huskies in first practice

SEATTLE – Up-tempo and enthusiastic: those were the words most players used to describe the first day of spring practice for Washington football. An entirely new coaching staff took the …


Lobbestael arrest latest headache

PULLMAN – When Washington State sophomore-to-be – and possible 2009 starting quarterback – Marshall Lobbestael was arrested early Sunday morning and charged with an alcohol offense, it capped a bad …


Vandals’ local haul increases

MOSCOW, Idaho – In his first two recruiting classes, Idaho coach Robb Akey knew protecting home turf would be tricky. He was taking the reins of a long-suffering program, and …


LSU, Alabama tussle off field

NEW YORK – These days, the Alabama-LSU rivalry is revved-up year-round. The Tigers and Tide tussled for the top spot in the recruiting rankings Wednesday, with Nick Saban and Alabama …


Cougs count down to signing day

PULLMAN – The finish line is in sight. The first day of college football’s letter-of-intent signing period is Wednesday. Which can only mean one thing: The 2010 college football recruiting …


Gibson in Senior Bowl

Washington State senior wide receiver Brandon Gibson has accepted an invitation to play in the Under Armour Senior Bowl, bowl officials announced Tuesday. An honorable mention All-Pacific-10 Conference selection following …


Gators, Sooners eye prize

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Bob Stoops posed next to the crystal football and played along with a wave of photographers. They asked him to look to the left, he did. …


Pity the loser who will have no valid case

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – The winners will not need our compassion tonight at the BCS Championship game. The winners will be fine, once they shake the confetti out of their …


Penn State police on the lookout for Paterno’s glasses

Penn State police are looking out for Joe Paterno’s Coke bottle-thick glasses – the bronzed ones that were perched on the statue of the iconic football coach that stands outside …


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 …