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  • Huskies have plenty they would like to forget

    SEATTLE – The elephant on the table is that the University of Washington football team is trying to forget. Forget the recent history of struggles in Tucson, Ariz., where the …

  • Tutogi brothers meet against as UW preps for Arizona

    SEATTLE – Thomas Tutogi has spent most of his life in the shadow of his big brother. Taimi has one year on him, 1 inch on him, almost 20 pounds …

  • Four players leave WSU’s football team

    Four more players have left Washington State’s football team. The school confirmed Wednesday that sophomore receiver Blair Bomber, sophomore defensive back Matthew Simmons, freshman defensive back Spencer Waseem and freshman …

  • Price struggles in Huskies’ loss to USC

    SEATTLE – Emotionally drained, Keith Price spoke softly with his eyes red and his body battered. Trying to carry Washington and making too many mistakes along the way left Price …

  • No. 7 Irish stop No. 17 Stanford in overtime

    TJ Jones made a reaching 7-yard touchdown catch in overtime and No. 7 Notre Dame stopped Stanford inches from the goal line to beat the 17th-ranked Cardinal 20-13 on Saturday …

  • Huskies take on No. 11 USC

    SEATTLE – Matt Barkley was just a freshman and knew there would be other chances later in his career to get even with Washington. It didn’t make watching Huskies fans …

  • Cougars prepare for up-and-down Cal QB

    PULLMAN – There are varying opinions of California quarterback Zach Maynard. As in: Your opinion may vary depending upon which of his games you watch. Last week against UCLA? Not …

  • Cougars hope to catch Cal’s Maynard on down day

    PULLMAN – There are varying opinions of California quarterback Zach Maynard. As in: Your opinion may vary depending upon which of his games you watch.

  • WSU’s Simone takes step forward as senior

    PULLMAN – Call it Gino Simone’s senior moment.

  • UW’s Price has last shot at beating Barkley

    SEATTLE – Keith Price has accomplished a lot during his football career, dating to his days growing up in the Los Angeles area. He hopes to check another thing off …

  • Cal comes to WSU after breakout win

    It wasn’t until the final minutes began ticking off the Memorial Stadium clock when Jeff Tedford finally noticed a difference in his team’s demeanor.

  • Arizona State point guard Jahii Carson eager to show his incredible skills to the nation

    TEMPE, Ariz. – Jahii Carson leaves a defender stumbling and staggering with a crossover. Then another. And another. Seconds later, he whips a bounce pass through traffic to hit a …

  • Huskies need big game from Desmond Trufant against USC

    SEATTLE – Desmond Trufant, the youngest son of one of the first families of football in this state, could have easily followed the same path older brother Marcus traveled to …

  • WSU basketball focuses on positives

    PULLMAN – From an outsider’s perspective, it has been a somewhat tumultuous – and, to be sure, busy – offseason for the Washington State basketball team.

  • Stanford’s Nunes answers critics in OT win

    STANFORD, Calif. – Josh Nunes bailed out Stanford’s defense for a change and started to erase doubts about whether he’s the right man to replace Andrew Luck after all. Nunes …

  • Maynard guides Cal’s upset of No. 25 UCLA

    BERKELEY, Calif. – Zach Maynard matched his career high with four touchdown passes and added a fifth on the ground and California took advantage of six turnovers to stun No. …

  • No. 2 Ducks make quick work of Huskies

    EUGENE, Ore. – The game ended quickly. The streak, meanwhile, lives on, Oregon now having beaten the Huskies nine times in a row after a 52-21 Pac-12 football victory over …

  • Cougars fall to No. 14 Beavers 19-6

    Jordan Poyer had three interceptions, Sean Mannion passed for 270 yards and No. 14 Oregon State survived a shaky start with a 19-6 win over Washington State Saturday.

  • Kelly, Sarkisian play down Oregon-Washington rivalry

    EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon coach Chip Kelly seized on SpongeBob SquarePants when describing how the No. 2 Ducks feel about the past rivalry with the Washington Huskies. He says most …

  • Cougars hope to pull surprise in Corvallis

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – Two seasons ago, Washington State found some encouragement here amid an otherwise hopeless season.

  • Cougars embrace new film-exchange system

    PULLMAN – The hijinks, as Mike Leach calls them, were plentiful in the days of 16-millimeter film exchange.

  • Oregon State quarterback Mannion blossoms

    Sean Mannion torched the Washington State Cougars in a forgettable 44-21 WSU loss last season. But a different Oregon State quarterback will be under center for the No. 14 Beavers …

  • Ex-Huskies QB Paus recalls win over Oregon

    SEATTLE – Casey Paus had only one real thought racing through his mind after that magical November night in 2003. “Well, that was fun,” he recalls of what he remembers …

  • OSU’s Mannion takes next step

    Sean Mannion torched the Washington State Cougars in a forgettable 44-21 WSU loss last season.

  • Pac-12 football coaches script best strategies

    To hear Washington State coach Mike Leach tell it, the word “script” is probably too simplistic to describe the series of offensive plays plotted out by some football coaches prior …

  • UCLA bounces back to defeat Colorado

    BOULDER, Colo. – Brett Hundley, Johnathan Franklin and the rest of the UCLA Bruins bounced back from a tough defeat, beating Colorado 42-14 Saturday night for their best start since …

  • Cougars preach solid preparation against Ducks

    SEATTLE – Since Chip Kelly took over as Oregon’s head football coach prior to the 2009 season, the Ducks have lost six games – once to USC, once to LSU, …

  • Washington Huskies upset No. 8 Stanford

    SEATTLE – All night, Steve Sarkisian felt if he could just get the ball past the first, stout wave of Stanford’s defense, the opportunity was there for Washington to make …

  • Huskies upset No. 8 Stanford

    SEATTLE — Kasen Williams took a quick screen pass from Keith Price, broke a tackle and the line of scrimmage and raced 35 yards for the go-ahead score with 4:53 …

  • Cooper’s persistence pays off for Cougars

    PULLMAN – Because he was a year older than Xavier Cooper and the younger brother of a hometown NFL star, Desmond Trufant received most of the attention during his career …



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