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  • Utes, Buffaloes approach rivalry week

    PULLMAN – It’s rivalry week in the Pac-12. At least for two schools. The two newest schools.


  • First Look: WSU at San Diego State

    Time: 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Qualcomm Stadium. TV: the mtn.


  • Hard work pays dividends in Pullman

    Thanks in large part to the hard work put in by quarterback Marshall Lobbestael, the Washington State Cougars are 2-0, making coach Paul Wulff fell like a proud papa for …


  • Blanchette: Cougs’ progress breeds excitement

    To borrow shamelessly from YouTube’s Greatest Coaching Rants, they are who we thought they were.


  • WSU notebook: Salute to Mizell

    C.J. Mizell came out of the Martin Stadium tunnel earlier than usual before kickoff Saturday. For the first time, the sophomore from Tallahassee, Fla., was a team captain, picked by …


  • Cougars romp over Rebels 59-7

    Marshall Lobbestael threw for career highs of 361 yards and five touchdowns as Washington State pounded UNLV 59-7 on Saturday.


  • WSU coach confident his QBs will be OK

    PULLMAN – You would think losing your starting quarterback to a broken collarbone would present a challenge in a football team’s preparation for its next game. But that hasn’t been …


  • Cougars don’t make radical changes

    You would think losing your starting quarterback to a broken collarbone would present a challenge in a team’s preparation for its next game.


  • Rivalry left behind in the Big Sky

    PULLMAN – Each of Washington State’s three nonconference football games this season carry with them a subtext for Cougar coach Paul Wulff. Last week it was Idaho State, coached by …


  • Different situation now for former Big Sky rivals

    Each of Washington State’s three nonconference football games this season carry with them a subtext for Cougar coach Paul Wulff.


  • Talk doesn’t surprise coaches

    PULLMAN – The Pac-12, we hardly knew ye. As the events of the past week have shown, the college sports landscape is about as anchored as a palm frond in …


  • Pac-12 coaches not surprised by expansion talk

    PULLMAN – The Pac-12, we hardly knew ye. As the events of the past week have shown, the college sports landscape is about as anchored as a palm frond in …


  • WSU notebook: Hoffman-Ellis off and running

    Alex Hoffman-Ellis is not a running back. But sometimes Washington State’s senior linebacker plays one at Martin Stadium.


  • WSU romps but Tuel fractures clavicle

    Backup quarterback Marshall Lobbestael threw for 230 yards and two touchdowns as Washington State overwhelmed Idaho State 64-21 in the season opener for both teams Saturday.


  • Tuel suffers broken clavicle

    Washington State starting quarterback Jeff Tuel suffered a fractured left clavicle during the first quarter of the season opening game against Idaho State on Saturday.


  • Cougars eager for their first game

    It has been 272 days since Washington State last played a football game.


  • Idaho State coach Kramer sees Cougs as his family

    PULLMAN – Often times Washington State coaches end radio or television appearances with a “Go Cougs.” They’re fans, too, so it seems appropriate. But when the opposing coach punctuates an …


  • 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.


  • WSU/Pac-12 story lines

    The first year of the Pac-12 doesn’t seem to be fair or balanced. In the North, there’s Oregon and Stanford, ranked third and seventh in the nation, respectively. In the …


  • Exactly what is speed and what does it mean?

    PULLMAN – “I want you to do a story on how speed has changed college football the past 10, 15 years or so,” says the boss who in his younger …


  • WSU’s Hoffman-Ellis has the quickness to make up for lack of experience

    PULLMAN – When Alex Hoffman-Ellis committed to Washington State in the summer of 2008, information about the Moorpark College freshman was hard to come by. Then someone found a video …


  • WSU redshirts eager to get back on field

    For three Washington State football players, the wait for Saturday’s 2011 season opener has been interminable. As in seemingly forever.


  • Pac-12’s first week starts, ends with new members

    PULLMAN – This is the first week of Pac-12 football and it is fitting the conference’s two newest members bookend the games. The University of Utah hosts defending Big Sky …


  • First Look: Idaho State at Washington State

    Time: 2 p.m. Saturday. TV: None 2010 records: WSU (2-10, 1-8 in Pac-10); Idaho State (1-10, 0-8 in Big Sky)


  • Analyzing the Cougars as game week approaches

    When coach Paul Wulff called his team together to end practice at around 11:30 Saturday morning, it marked the finish of Washington State’s 2011 preseason football camp.


  • Injuries take off some gleam off WSU’s progress

    PULLMAN – 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. And with that, …


  • Cougars avoid injuries in night scrimmage

    PULLMAN – Washington State football coach Paul Wulff got what he wanted out of Thursday’s night scrimmage before a smattering of fans at Martin Stadium. The starters got some reps. …


  • WSU scrimmage has a little of everything

    Washington State football coach Paul Wulff got what he wanted out of Thursday’s night scrimmage before a smattering of fans at Martin Stadium.


  • WSU’s Gilbertson, Lappano chose own paths

    PULLMAN – The bios read more like a road map than a résumé. Logan, Utah. Moscow, Idaho. Laramie, Wyo. West Lafayette, Ind. Corvallis, Ore. Berkeley, Calif. Los Angeles, Seattle, San …


  • Special task for WSU football

    There is no debate. The area graduation hit Washington State the hardest? The Cougars’ special teams.


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