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  • WSU-UW: Temperature doesn’t ruin Apple Cup fans’ enjoyment

    PULLMAN – Ninety minutes before the coldest Apple Cup in history, Jael Thompson took her seat and warmed to the idea of what it means to be a die-hard Cougar …


  • WSU-UW: Huskies young secondary steals show in Apple Cup

    PULLMAN – After a season’s worth of growing pains, Washington’s young defensive backs were fully rewarded Saturday night. With two sophomores and a pair of true freshmen starting in the …


  • WSU-UW notes: Fans brave deep freeze; Steve Gleason, Connor Halliday big hits

    Ninety minutes before the coldest Apple Cup in history, Jael Thompson took her seat and warmed to the idea of what it means to be a die-hard Cougar fan. Even …


  • One too many Washingtons

    PULLMAN – The Saturday morning snow had long been shoveled into Martin Stadium’s east end zone before the start of the 107th Apple Cup but the Cougars just kept digging, …


  • John Blanchette: For Mike Leach’s Cougs, this is rebuilding in ghastly slow motion

    PULLMAN – Mike Leach is going to make Washington State football relevant once more. Now, just what is the gestation period on that again?


  • Washington State women upset No. 10 Maryland in Puerto Rico

    GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico – Washington State coach June Daugherty was thrilled how her team bounced back from a tough loss by beating a top-10 team. Lia Galdeira scored 33 points …


  • Blog matters

    A sampling from the past week of entries in The Spokesman-Review blog, Sportslink at spokesman.com/sportslink. 6: Cougars


  • WSU-UW: How they scored

    First quarter UW 7, WSU 0


  • DaVonte Lacy lifts Cougs to win in Alaska finale

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska — DaVonte Lacy scored 26 of his 31 points in the second half and overtime as Washington State beat Missouri State 89-84 in the fourth-place game of the …


  • Cougars bounce back with win over Rice

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Josh Hawkinson had a career-high 27 points, and Washington State beat Rice 76-74 in the consolation round of the Great Alaska Shootout on Friday. Ny Redding’s free …


  • John Blanchette: Taking a timeout with the coaches

    A late-night infomercial between reruns on Pac-12 Networks. A white erase board is the backdrop, showing plays diagrammed in X’s and O’s. Pennants of Washington and Washington State are displayed. …


  • WSU-UW: Washington State Cougars projected starters

    PosName#YrQBLuke Falk4Fr.RBJamal Morrow25Fr.XVince Mayle1Sr.YRiver Cracraft84So.LTJoe Dahl56Jr.LGGunnar Eklund63Jr.CRiley Sorenson58So.RGEd Middleton73So.RTJacob Seydel71Jr.HRickey Galvin5Sr.ZIsiah Myers88Sr.PosName#YrDTXavier Cooper96Jr.NGKalafitoni Pole98Sr.DEDestiny Vaeao97Jr.BLBKache Palacio40Jr.SLBCyrus Coen42Sr.MLBPeyton Pelluer47Fr.WLBJeremiah Allison8Jr.CBDaquawn Brown4So.FSTaylor Taliulu30Jr.SSDarius Lemora28Fr.CBMarcellus Pippins27Fr.PosName#YrKQuentin Breshears41Jr.PJordan Dascalo45Fr.KRVince Mayle1Sr.PRRickey Galvin5Sr.


  • WSU-UW: Washington Huskies projected starters

    PosName#YrQBCyler Miles10So.RBD. Washington12So.XDante Pettis87Fr.YJaydon Mickens4Jr.LTMicah Hatchie72Sr.LGDexter Charles76Jr.CMike Criste78Sr.RGColin Tanigawa64Sr.RTJames Atoe70Sr.TEJoshua Perkins82Jr.ZDiAndre Campbell19Sr.PosName#YrDTEvan Hudson80Sr.NGDanny Shelton55Sr.DEAndrew Hudson93Sr.BLBHau’oli Kikaha8Sr.ILBJohn Timu10Sr.ILBShaq Thompson7Jr.OLBTravis Feeney41Jr.CBJohn Ross1So.FSBudda Baker32Fr.SSKevin King20So.CBSidney Jones26Fr.PosName#YrKCam Van Winkle48So.PKorey Durkee45Jr.KRJohn Ross1So.PRDante Pettis87Fr.


  • John Blanchette: Taking a timeout with the coaches of the Apple Cup

    A late-night infomercial between reruns on Pac-12 Networks. A white erase board is the backdrop, showing plays diagrammed in X’s and O’s.


  • Apple Cup: WSU offense vs. UW defense

    Saturday night’s Apple Cup will be a matchup of strength on strength and the trophy will go to the winner of the battle between Washington’s defense and Washington State’s offense.


  • Josh Hawkinson, Cougars hold off Rice in Alaska

    Josh Hawkinson had a career-high 27 points, and Washington State beat Rice 76-74 in the consolation round of the Great Alaska Shootout on Friday.


  • Cougars wrap up exhibition tour with win over Mariners’ academy team

    Washington State scored three runs in the fifth inning and defeated the Seattle Mariners Dominican Republic Academy team 3-1, Thanksgiving Day at Ken Griffey, Jr. Field in Boca Chica, Dominican …


  • Steve Gleason to be inducted into WSU Hall of Fame during first half of Apple Cup

    PULLMAN – Steve Gleason will be inducted into the Washington State Athletic Hall of Fame tomorrow as the sole member of the 2014 class. The unprecedented move of recognizing just …


  • Steve Gleason to be inducted into WSU Hall of Fame during first half of Apple Cup

    Steve Gleason will be inducted into the Washington State Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday as the sole member of the 2014 class.


  • Jacob Thorpe’s Pac-12 football picks

    PULLMAN – It’s been a crazy year in the Pac-12 and the against-the-spread records of those of us that make public picks are evidence of that. Think I’m just making …


  • Apple Cups runneth over for Pelluers

    PULLMAN – Cooper Pelluer will be in the Martin Stadium stands on Saturday supporting his little brother, Peyton, to a point. Although his brother, a redshirt freshman, will be the …


  • G&T blog matters: WSU’s ‘Thursday Night Football,’ UI point guard Perrion Callandret’s confidence

    A sampling from the past week of entries in The Spokesman-Review blog, Sportslink at spokesman.com/ sportslink. 6: Cougars


  • Sun Devils haunt Luke Falk as QB’s five turnovers doom Cougars

    Once he got past the oh-so-brave hecklers who fought for jeering position alongside the Sun Devil Stadium tunnel, Luke Falk reflected on missed opportunities during a solitary journey back to …


  • WSU-ASU: Arizona State Sun Devils’ projected starters

    PosName#YrQBTaylor Kelly10Sr.RBD.J. Foster8Jr.XJaelen Strong21Jr.YGary Chambers81Jr.LTJamil Douglas74Sr.LGChris Westerman55Jr.CNick Kelly50Jr.RGVi Teofilo73Jr.RTTyler Sulka54Sr.TEKody Kohl83So.ZCameron Smith6So.PosName#YrDEMarcus Hardison1Sr.DTViliami Latu41So.NGMo Latu98Jr.DEDemetrius Cherry94Jr.SLBViliami Moeakiola28So.MLBSalamo Fiso58So.WLBAntonio Longino32Jr.CBLloyd Carrington8So.FSDamarious Randall3Sr.SSJordan Simone38Jr.CBKweishi Brown10Jr.PosName#YrKZane Gonzalez5So.PMatt Haack26So.KRKyle Middlebrooks7Sr.PRDamarious Randall3Sr.


  • WSU-ASU: Washington State Cougars’ projected starters

    PosName#YrQBLuke Falk4Fr.RBJamal Morrow25Fr.XVince Mayle1Sr.YRiver Cracraft21So.LTJoe Dahl56Jr.LGGunnar Eklund63Jr.CRiley Sorenson58So.RGEd Middleton73So.RTJacob Seydel71Jr.HRickey Galvin5Sr.ZIsiah Myers88Sr.PosName#YrDTXavier Cooper96Jr.NGDestiny Vaeao97Jr.DEDarryl Paulo99Jr.BLBKache Palacio40Jr.SLBCyrus Coen42Sr.MLBPeyton Pelluer47Fr.WLBJeremiah Allison8Jr.CBCharleston White16Fr.FSTaylor Taliulu30Jr.SSDarius Lemora28Fr.CBPat Porter17Fr.PosName#YrKQuentin Breshears41Jr.PJordan Dascalo45Fr.KRVince Mayle1Sr.PRRickey Galvin5Sr.


  • DaVonte Lacy, Josh Hawkinson help Ernie Kent collect first win at WSU

    Josh Hawkinson posted career highs of 26 points and 15 rebounds and DaVonte’ Lacy scored 25 points to lead Washington State to an 80-68 victory over Idaho State on Friday …


  • WSU underdogs again at Arizona State

    The last time Washington State won in Sun Devil Stadium, Jason Gesser had yet to lead the Cougars to a Rose Bowl and Mike Leach was just getting settled in …


  • Luke Falk’s sisters make their mark in music business

    Getting discovered as a top-flight quarterback in tiny Logan, Utah, may be tough, but just try launching a country music career. Washington State quarterback Luke Falk is the current Falk …


  • WSU’s Luke Falk has already passed some big tests

    When Luke Falk found out that the football coaches at Idaho no longer considered him worth one of their scholarships, he felt too ashamed to tell his parents.


  • No. 16 Nebraska surges after halftime to defeat WSU women

    PULLMAN – A devastating scoring surge to open the second half buried the Washington State women’s basketball team, which lost to No. 16 Nebraska 82-61 in front of 853 fans …

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