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  • Eti Ena building EWU defensive line one relationship at a time

    For new Eastern Washington defensive line coach Eti Ena, it’s always been about relationships. It’s relationships that got him into the coaching profession, kept him there and this year brought …


  • The rail: USF hires Paul Wulff as offensive coordinator

    College football: Former Washington State and Eastern Washington coach Paul Wulff is the new offensive coordinator at South Florida. Wulff joins the Bulls after spending the past two seasons as …


  • Wulff, WSU sued by former Cougars football player

    A 23-year-old former reserve offensive lineman at Washington State University has sued the university and former football coach Paul Wulff, alleging he suffered three concussions while participating in football activities …


  • Wulff enjoying NFL experience

    Paul Wulff is in New Orleans. He is in meetings, he is in hotel rooms, he is nose-to-the-gameplan as the San Francisco 49ers prepare for their Super Bowl XLVII matchup …


  • Wulff enjoying NFL experience

    Paul Wulff is in New Orleans. He is in meetings, he is in hotel rooms, he is nose-to-the-gameplan as the San Francisco 49ers prepare for their Super Bowl XLVII matchup …


  • Spin Control: Political force is strong in this one

    Politicians are always looking to expand their base, even when they divide the electorate into different groups. Business owners. Union members. Blue collar workers. Soccer moms. Seniors. College students. John …


  • Salary grid has coaches cashing the hefty checks

    OLYMPIA – The best-paying state jobs in Washington are still in academia, with the very best in athletics. The annual listing of salaries for all state employees shows once again …


  • After helping out former staff, Wulff finds way to S.F.

    Uncertainty surrounded Paul Wulff in the days following his firing as Washington State’s head football coach in late November. He was shocked, not only unsure of where he was headed …


  • After helping out former staff, Wulff finds way to S.F.

    Uncertainty surrounded Paul Wulff in the days following his firing as Washington State’s head football coach in late November.


  • Former WSU coach Wulff drops in at Vandals scrimmage

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Since he was fired at Washington State on Nov. 29, Paul Wulff has savored the extra time with his family. But he’s also racked up serious frequent-flyer …


  • Moos fires Wulff, cites fan apathy

    Saying he perceives an apathy in Washington State University’s football fan base, athletic director Bill Moos fired Paul Wulff as the Cougars’ coach Tuesday with a year remaining on Wulff’s …


  • WSU decision near

    PULLMAN – Washington State athletic director Bill Moos will hold a 2 p.m. press conference in a Bohler Gym conference room today to discuss the future of the football program. …


  • Wulff lobbies on his behalf, awaits Tuesday decision

    Washington State athletic director Bill Moos will hold a 2 p.m. press conference in a Bohler Gym conference room Tuesday to discuss the future of the football program.


  • Wulff and Moos meet, but no decision reached

    PULLMAN – One day after a 38-21 Apple Cup defeat ended a 4-8 football season, Washington State athletic director Bill Moos and coach Paul Wulff met in Moos’ office for …


  • In his defense, Wulff has made progress

    The record invites choler, but you know what really infuriates the football faction that demands Washington State file for divorce from Paul Wulff? He reminds them that they’re finally getting …


  • Halliday’s arsenal includes strong arm, quick release, confidence

    WSU freshman quarterback Connor Halliday brings confidence built from success. That and a strong arm, quick release and what his high school coach Jim Sharkey calls “a natural ability to …


  • Wulff: His future up to Moos

    PULLMAN – Washington State football coach Paul Wulff spoke candidly about his job status once again Tuesday, saying he’s trying to ignore the rumblings out there, but it’s tough to …


  • Cougars pushing hard to finish strong

    With four games left in the 2010 season, Washington State hit its low point, a 42-0 thrashing at Arizona State. But the Cougars bounced back and played their best football …


  • Cougars cringing at recent criticism

    WSU started the season 3-1 but has dropped three consecutive games. But only in the last one were the Cougars favored, and the nature of that defeat, against a 1-5 …


  • WSU’s Winston knows how to finish

    Despite his height, or maybe because he packs a well-chiseled 200 pounds on to his frame, Carl Winston has made his mark during this, his junior year at WSU, by …


  • Howard has WSU D-Line playing with confidence

    Saturday night’s game is not really a homecoming for Washington State coach Todd Howard, but when you spend five seasons working in a building, it has some of those earmarks.


  • WSU challenge: Stopping Hillman

    When it comes to challenges, San Diego State’s football team will present more to visiting Washington State on Saturday than any of the Cougars’ previous two opponents. Especially sophomore running …


  • Idaho State coach Kramer sees Cougs as his family

    When the opposing coach punctuates an interview with a loud “Go Cougs,” it’s a bit of uncharted territory.


  • Kramer revels in opportunity at Idaho State

    There is a little known codicil in the college football constitution that requires a coach in a new job to play his former school, square off against an old compadre, …


  • Blanchette: Kramer revels in Pocatello opportunity

    There is a little known codicil in the college football constitution that requires a coach in a new job to play his former school, square off against an old compadre, …


  • Cougars must make final decisions before opener

    As practice wound down Friday afternoon, the Washington State Cougars began the process of getting ready for their football opener next Saturday against Idaho State.


  • Cougars approach decision time on freshmen

    It seems simple enough. A freshman joins a college football team. Either he’s physically ready to play, so he does. Or he’s not ready, so he redshirts, sitting out a …


  • Coaches lead state’s payroll

    OLYMPIA – The best-paying jobs in state government are in academia. And of those, the very best are in athletics. The 55 highest-paid state employees – and 948 of the …


  • Cougars’ Karstetter expects better days

    The past three years haven’t been exactly what Jared Karstetter expected. But there is always this fall.


  • Cougars’ spring football will bring younger look

    PULLMAN – Spring is the season of new. So is spring football.

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