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WSU spring football: Cougars ready to improve over summer

The hibernation portion of the college football calendar has begun for fans and media.


WSU spring football: Former Leach protégé Graham Harrell lends helping hand

PULLMAN – There is a new helping hand around the Washington State football program and it wears a Super Bowl ring. Graham Harrell, who started at quarterback for WSU coach …


College baseball notes: Status quo for Cougars under Gregg Swenson

PULLMAN – For the past five games the Washington State baseball team has been without coach Donnie Marbut, who was suspended by the Pac-12 after the coach was ejected from …


College baseball notes: Statis quo for Cougars under Gregg Swenson

For the past five games the Washington State baseball team has been without coach Donnie Marbut, who was suspended by the Pac-12 after the coach was ejected from WSU’s game …


WSU spring football: Former Leach protégé Graham Harrell lends helping hand

There is a new helping hand around the Washington State football program and it wears a Super Bowl ring.


Young Cougars secondary uses Albi turf as proving ground

So there were more interceptions than touchdown passes during Saturday’s Crimson-Gray friendly at Albi Stadium. Is that a problem? Maybe. But probably not.


Tyler Hilinski, four-star QB prospect, picks Washington State

PULLMAN – High school quarterback Tyler Hilinski made a verbal commitment to play football for Washington State shortly after attending a Cougars practice on Thursday night. Hilinski is WSU’s third …


WSU spring football: Connor Halliday returns to Albi

Connor Halliday will return to his old field of glory on Saturday.


WSU spring football: Cougs’ Mitch Peterson thrilled to be bigger part of team

PULLMAN – The first time Mitch Peterson sat down with his teammates to eat a free, specially prepared meal at the proverbial training table was at the start of his …


WSU spring football: Cougs’ Mitch Peterson thrilled to be bigger part of team

The first time Mitch Peterson sat down with his teammates to eat a free, specially prepared meal at the proverbial training table was at the start of his junior year.


WSU spring football: O-line features battling centers

PULLMAN – A 6-foot-4, 230-pound giant stuck out his mitt, invited Connor Halliday to a round of golf and suddenly transferring to Ferris High School from familiar Lewis and Clark …


WSU spring football: O-line features battling centers

A 6-foot-4, 230-pound giant stuck out his mitt, invited Connor Halliday to a round of golf and suddenly transferring to Ferris High School from familiar Lewis and Clark wasn’t quite …


Royce Woolridge and James Hunter to transfer from WSU

PULLMAN – Royce Woolridge and James Hunter will transfer from the Washington State University basketball program, the school announced on Tuesday. Additionally, signee Jermaine Morgan has been released from his …


Blog matters: Cougars, Vandals, Chiefs

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


WSU spring football: Vince Mayle emerges slimmer, faster

College football players spend the winter hidden away from the outside world in a weight room where their work goes unwatched by their autumnal fans.


Cougars defeat fifth-ranked Beavers

PULLMAN – There was a dominant pitcher in Pullman on Friday night and it wasn’t Oregon State ace Ben Wetzler. Instead, Joe Pistorese continued his remarkable run, pitching a complete …


WSU spring practice: With Marcus Mason guiding the way, Cougars deep at running back

Marcus Mason’s coaches refer to him as a “middleman” and they mean it as a compliment.


Blog matters: WSU’s Theron West flashes brilliance; Increased depth at UI creates increased competition

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


WSU spring practice: Young defenders getting up to speed

PULLMAN – Far too often, in his opinion, Darryl Monroe shuffled his feet along with his younger teammates, dropped to the ground and sprung up again, punishment for him and …


Give and Take: Oregonian columnist Ken Goe answers 5 questions about Ernie Kent

Columnist Ken Goe has written for The Oregonian for nearly 37 years now and in that time he’s seen just about everything. He watched the Ernie Kent era at Oregon …


Grip on Sports: Without Tiger Woods, The Masters won’t be the same

Wednesday: One of the rites of Spring, with a capital “S,” is watching the Masters on television. It’s coming up, but it won’t be the same. Not with Tiger Woods …


WSU spring practice: Young defenders getting up to speed

Far too often, in his opinion, Darryl Monroe shuffled his feet along with his younger teammates, dropped to the ground and sprung up again, punishment for him and his fellow …


WSU’s Joe Pistorese throws complete game shutout to beat Cal

PULLMAN – Hoping to save its bullpen for the rest of a critical three-game series, Washington State needed its ace, Joe Pistorese, to be at the top of his game. …


WSU spring practice: Young secondary ‘learning right now’

PULLMAN – Until the members of Washington State’s defensive backfield have a chance to create their legacies, the Cougars’ secondary will be recognized for who left rather than who remained. …


WSU spring practice: Young secondary ‘learning right now’

Until the members of Washington State’s defensive backfield have a chance to create their legacies, the Cougars’ secondary will be recognized for who left rather than who remained.


College baseball: Cougars overcome rough start to season

PULLMAN – Less than a week after being involved in a three-car accident that sent him to Pullman Regional Hospital, Washington State baseball coach Donnie Marbut is back in the …


Cougars get visit from Jason Gesser

PULLMAN – The past and future of the Washington State football program collided during Tuesday’s spring practice. Under the shadow of the daunting but not yet completed Football Operations Building …


Cougars get visit from Jason Gesser

The past and future of the Washington State football program collided during Tuesday’s spring practice. Under the shadow of the daunting but not yet completed Football Operations Building former WSU …


Give and Take: Tweets of the week

@RobinsonCano Getting excited for Opening Day…my favorite time of year. Thanks to everyone who’s come out to @Mariners preseason games so far! @CoachJsalavea All we have is Today. #StayMotivated #BeConfident …


Blog matters: Mike Leach’s press conference and Paul Petrino’s spring standards

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