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WSU position preview: Wide receivers

This is the sixth of eight previews looking at WSU’s position-by-position prospects for the upcoming season. Today: Wide receivers. Saturday: Special teams. PULLMAN – Losing the most productive receiver in …


College volleyball preview: GU on the rise

Gonzaga is coming off its best volleyball season in two decades. The Bulldogs don’t want to wait as long to reach more milestones. The Zags won eight WCC matches and …


Cougs pick up where they left off despite another new coach

Next coach up. It’s become a mantra for the Washington State women’s soccer program, which has enjoyed runaway success despite a whirl of coaching changes.


WSU has put added emphasis on running back touches

This is the fifth of eight previews looking at WSU’s position-by-position prospects for the upcoming season. Today: Running backs. Friday: Wide receivers. PULLMAN – Washington State’s running backs would not …


Cougars offensive line should be force this season

This is the fourth of eight previews looking at WSU’s position-by-position prospects for the upcoming season. Today: Offensive line. Thursday: Running backs. PULLMAN – Cole Madison spent the 2014 season …


Wildfires may force WSU football to move opener

PULLMAN – The wildfires that have ravaged Eastern Washington during this abnormally hot and dry summer have been a thorn in Bill Moos’ side. The fires threatened the ranch near …


Connor Halliday decides to give NFL another try

Connor Halliday’s retirement from football was nearly as brief as his stint with the Washington Redskins, the team that signed him as undrafted free agent out of Washington State last …


G&T Blog matters: WSU football, UI football

6: @SRJacob_Thorpe Tuesday: Idaho football coach Paul Petrino said Matt Linehan had perhaps his best practice in the fall, which is important for the third-year sophomore. Linehan struggled in the …


WSU football: Nailing down technique emphasis for defensive backs

This is the first of eight position previews looking at WSU’s position-by-position prospects for the upcoming season. Today: Defensive backs. Monday: Linebackers. PULLMAN – Just 10 months ago, Marcellus Pippins …


WSU football: Nailing down technique emphasis for defensive backs

PULLMAN – Just 10 months ago, Marcellus Pippins was a freshman cornerback making his debut at the tail end of Washington State’s win over Oregon State.


WSU football: Shalom Lunai goes form FIFA hero to Cougar safety

PULLMAN – Shalom Luani was the youngest player on the worst team in the world when he scored a goal that lifted American Samoa from the cellar of international soccer. …


WSU football: Shalom Luani goes from FIFA hero to Cougar safety

PULLMAN – Shalom Luani was the youngest player on the worst team in the world when he scored a goal that lifted American Samoa from the cellar of international soccer.


WSU football: Special teams play must improve for Cougars

PULLMAN – There is no mystery to the special teams touchdown at Washington State; the Cougars saw enough examples of punts and kicks returned for scores last season to testify …


WSU first-team offense, defense look sharp

LEWISTON – The vacillatory nature of intersquad scrimmages – really, all practices – reduces positives or negatives to a middling equilibrium. As such, when asked to evaluate a team’s performance, …


WSU scrimmage a positive event

Cougars wrap up their stay in Lewiston with a scrimmage that brought out many positives.


Guard Eduardo Middleton’s work ethic pays dividends for Cougars

LEWISTON – The Washington State Cougars wrapped a short football practice on Saturday afternoon, but Eduardo Middleton, his face flecked with blood from a deep cut on his nose, continued …


Guard Eduardo Middleton’s work ethic pays dividends for Cougars

The Washington State Cougars wrapped a short football practice on Saturday afternoon, but Eduardo Middleton, his face flecked with blood from a deep cut on his nose, continued to train …


WSU football: Inside linebackers come in all sizes

LEWISTON – Jeremiah Allison and Peyton Pelluer may be Washington State’s starting inside linebackers, but they aren’t even close to the biggest.


Biding time: James Williams waiting for his chance to run ball for Cougars

LEWISTON – When Washington State running backs coach Jim Mastro says of running back James Williams, “In 26 years of coaching, I don’t think I’ve had a more freakish athlete …


Players to watch as Cougars open football camp

Today the Washington State Cougars will hold the first of 23 practices before they open their season in Martin Stadium against Portland State on Sept. 5. Here are some players …


Five (near) certainties for WSU football

Only a fool would try to predict an unpredictable college football season. Good thing I’m here.


Pac-12 Media Day: Conference moving in right direction

LOS ANGELES – The man tasked with turning the Pac-12 into an international enterprise ticked off the reforms the conference will undergo this season to make it a safer, fairer …


G&T Blog matters: WSU football updates

Cougars • Friday: Washington State safety Taylor Taliulu is producing a four-part YouTube series called The Grind. The first video is up today, hosted on the WSUCouarAthletics YouTube account. The …


Blanchette: Bud Nameck class act to the end, not so with IMG College

For a ride that has so many things broken – truly broken – Washington State’s athletic department sure spends a lot of time fiddling with the radio. Now the Cougars …


Area roundup: Former WSU baseball players selected to minor league All-Star games

Former Washington State pitcher Adam Conley was selected to start the Triple-A All-Star Game for the Pacific Coast League and former Cougar third baseman Nick Tanielu started for the West …


G&T Blog matters: Cougs get three more commits

Cougars Wednesday: Washington State received commitments from three football players from California, two of them in the class of 2016. But the first to announce his decision will take the …


Gleason benefit returns to ski resort

Former football star Steve Gleason “always wanted to inspire people,” says his stepmother, Jackie. A little perspiration is good too, Jackie reasoned. For the third straight year, she and other …


Area roundup: Lia Galdeira leaving WSU to play in Europe

Lia Galdeira will skip her final season at Washington State to pursue professional basketball opportunities in Europe, the school announced in a press release on Friday. The 5-foot-11 guard has …


Cougs, led by Alivia Brown, dominate Washington Amateur

SEQUIM, Wash. – Washington State University golfers, led by champion Alivia Brown, dominated the Washington State Women’s Amateur Championship that concluded Thursday at The Cedars at Dungeness. Brown shot rounds …


Area roundup: Chiefs preseason schedule released

The Spokane Chiefs announced their seven-game 2015 preseason schedule on Tuesday. The Chiefs open at the annual Everett preseason tournament on Sept. 4, playing the Portland Winterhawks at 3 p.m.