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  • Huskies heap praises on Stanford’s tough defense

    SEATTLE – Reverent tones seem a requirement for Washington coaches and players asked to evaluate Stanford’s defense, a veteran group that elicits effusive praise from opposing Pac-12 offenses. Even from …


  • Suddenly, Trojans become a mystery

    Somebody better get Ed Orgeron a signature offense, and fast. When Orgeron was tapped to fill in as Southern California’s interim head football coach – in the wake of Lane …


  • Pac-12 notes: Suddenly, Trojans become a mystery

    Somebody better get Ed Orgeron a signature offense, and fast.


  • Ducks continue to win handily

    Marcus Mariota threw for two touchdowns and ran for another and No. 2 Oregon defeated California 55-16 in Eugene, Ore., on Saturday night in the rain-drenched Pac-12 opener for both …


  • Pac-12 football power rankings

    You know Pac-12 play is imminent when Arizona has to play a team you’ve actually heard of. Yes, it’s the first weekend of conference-only games – five of them – …


  • Stanford offense won’t be vanilla in Pac-12 games

    Stanford rolled through its first two opponents, San Jose State and Army, with relative ease but without the kind of eye-popping statistics and point totals seen this season in other …


  • Pac-12 notes: Stanford offense won’t be vanilla in Pac-12 games

    Stanford rolled through its first two opponents, San Jose State and Army, with relative ease but without the kind of eye-popping statistics and point totals seen this season in other …


  • Cougars focused only on Cardinal

    PULLMAN – With a game against No. 5 Stanford waiting this weekend, there can’t be anyone happier than Washington State cornerback and Seattle native Nolan Washington that this game is …


  • Cougars not downplaying Stanford game

    Connor Halliday has no problem speaking truths that others won’t, so it was not surprising that Washington State’s quarterback most adequately summarized the magnitude of his team’s next game.


  • Gaffney, Stanford run past ASU in conference opener

    Tyler Gaffney ran for 95 yards and two touchdowns, Anthony Wilkerson added 68 yards and another score, and No. 5 Stanford started strong in a 42-28 victory over No. 23 …


  • 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 …


  • Local flavor of WSU-Idaho game starts with QBs

    As Washington State readied for its Sept. 7 game against Southern California, quarterback Connor Halliday was monitoring the preparations of another school, too.


  • Former Huskies coach Don James undergoing chemotherapy for tumor

    Don James, the winningest football coach in University of Washington history, will begin chemotherapy treatment for a malignant tumor on his pancreas Monday, his family has announced. No other details …


  • Pac-12 power rankings

    These things are easy to sort through when there are as many losers as there are winners. But when Pac-12 teams all decide to put together impressive victories on the …


  • Pac-12 as good as it gets, says Dykes

    Quick, someone check to make sure Sonny Dykes’ house is still standing. The California coach’s assessment of the Pac-12 might raise the ire of those with a more southern- colored …


  • Pac-12 notes: Pac-12 as good as it gets says Dykes

    Quick, someone check to make sure Sonny Dykes’ house is still standing.


  • WSU-UI ‘rivalry’ now just another game

    PULLMAN – If this is still a rivalry, it sure doesn’t feel much like one. That’s what the Washington State football players made available to the media on Monday would …


  • Defense might be strength of this Cougars team

    Caveats abound when assessing any number of statistical measures this early in the season, so evaluating Washington State through that lens should be done without reaching broad conclusions. But the …


  • Huskies’ Sankey leads nation in rushing

    The headline in the initial wire-service report Saturday night summed up the national recognition of Washington’s running back.


  • Saturday’s WSU football statistics

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  • UCLA rallies to defeat Nebraska

    Brett Hundley threw three touchdown passes in the third quarter and No. 16 UCLA came back from an 18-point deficit to defeat No. 23 Nebraska 41-21 in a monumental Cornhusker …


  • Huskies hold off Illinois for rare road win

    CHICAGO – Keith Price wasn’t quite ready to celebrate, nor were his teammates. Even though No. 19 Washington came away with a rare road win to remain unbeaten, it was …


  • Construction continues, but upgraded stadium ready for Cougars’ home opener

    PULLMAN – The RVs pulled into town on Thursday, the customary time of arrival prior to a Washington State home football game. That much hasn’t changed. But plenty in and …


  • Horton’s easiest pick was to play for WSU

    PULLMAN – Letters of interest had been rolling into popular defensive back Damante Horton’s mailbox for weeks, and the Oakland (Calif.) High School prospect had already picked up a few …


  • Should be a good week for conference football teams

    Another strong week of straight-up picks, though it’s always a little embarrassing when the one team you actually cover is part of the one game you didn’t pick correctly. Hey, …


  • Pac-12 power rankings

    Oregon fans, I hear you. The Ducks are really, really good. But you’re going to have to trust me when I say I can’t rank your team any higher than …


  • Conservative approach failed Kiffin’s Trojans

    His team lost the game, Lane Kiffin said, so of course there are going to be facets which the Southern California coach wishes his team had handled differently. Or that …


  • Pac-12 notes: Kiffin discusses loss to Cougs

    His team lost the game, Lane Kiffin said, so of course there are going to be facets which the Southern California coach wishes his team had handled differently. Or that …


  • Interception return, Furney’s FG fuel WSU win over USC

    LOS ANGELES – The only souls left dancing in this storied sports venue were colored crimson, maybe a couple dozen of them jumping and laughing and singing Washington State’s fight …


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    1 Make USC’s quarterback throw the ball: Neither Cody Kessler or Max Wittek did anything in the Trojans’ season-opening win over Hawaii to inspire thoughts that either of those guys …

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