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Washington State's coaches agreed that yesterday's practice left a lot to be desired. They were similarly unanimous (among the ones we asked) that today's was a lot crisper.
Our practice report is after the jump.
You can view the video of coach Mike Leach's signing day press conference here.
From Pullman — Members of the Washington State football program's 2014 class will be faxing in their letters of intent throughout the day. As the signings become official we'll update them in this blog post with some information about the recruits. Follow the jump to see who the next crop of Cougars will be.
Last letter received: Sulaiman Hameed, Cornerback, California
FROM PULLMAN — Boy, do we have some links for you. Lots of them. Links for days and miles. So many that we've broken today's post into three parts. Read on for both of them.
FROM PULLMAN — By the end of today, we should know — officially and for serious — who will compose the Cougars' freshman class next season. There's a heck of a lot going on today, so hurry up and read on for what we hope is a useful summary.
Paul Wulff has been relieved of his duties as head football coach at Washington State, The Spokesman-Review has learned. He was told in a meeting with Bill Moos this morning. Here is the link to my story. More to come.
Defending Pac-12 champion Oregon is the choice to win the 2011 Pac-12 Conference football title in a preseason poll of media members who regularly cover the league.
From WSU sports information office
Offensive linemen Rico Forbes and Taylor Meighen have each signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at Washington State University, Cougar coach Paul Wulff announced Wednesday. Both are expected to enroll in classes at WSU for spring semester, beginning Jan. 10.
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