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  • Service for Paton at SP Saturday

    A memorial service for Jim Paton is scheduled Saturday at 1 p.m. at Shadle Park High School. Paton, a Shadle graduate, died at age 68 from complications of Parkinson’s Disease …


  • Balance added to WSU football schedule

    A little balance finally greeted the Washington State football team on Wednesday when the Pac-12 released its 2012 schedule.


  • Mike Leach deal outlined in ‘letter of agreement’

    Mike Leach hasn’t officially signed a contract with Washington State, but the letter of agreement he entered into with athletic director Bill Moos in late November outlines what that contract …


  • Leach moves quickly on offensive staff

    PULLMAN – Mike Leach is filling his Washington State football staff slowly – or quickly, depending on what side of the ball is being referenced. Leach, who will fill the …


  • Leach followed uncommon route on journey to football success

    Mike Leach is the Saab of modern football coaches. He’s anything but ordinary.


  • Former Cougar, pro football player Lew Bush dies at 42

    The San Diego Chargers report that Lew Bush, who played seven years with the Chargers and his college ball at Washington State, has died at age 42.


  • Moore’s last-second shot lifts WSU over Idaho

    Reggie Moore came off a screen and hit a jumper from the corner with just under a second left to lift Washington State to a 66-64 victory over Idaho on …


  • Leach wows ’em at Washington State

    PULLMAN – The band played, the fans cheered, the cameras clicked. Mike Leach stood on the dais in the Compton Union Building’s Senior Ballroom on Tuesday afternoon, taking it all …


  • Leach’s right-hand man offers insight into coach

    PULLMAN – So just what is Washington State getting in new football coach Mike Leach? Who better to ask than the first hire for his football staff, David Emerick, whom …


  • Leach surveys kingdom, proclaims joy in the land

    PULLMAN – The best way to win the press conference is to make it a coronation, although they stopped short of having an old Albion farmer anoint Mike Leach with …


  • Leach’s first hire offers insight into new WSU coach

    So just what is Washington State getting in new football coach Mike Leach? Who better to ask than the first hire for his football staff, David Emerick.


  • Leach wows ‘em at Washington State

    The band played, the fans cheered, the cameras clicked. Mike Leach stood on the dais in the Compton Union Building’s Senior Ballroom on Tuesday afternoon, taking it all in.


  • Leach looks forward to getting started

    PULLMAN – Mike Leach is pretty much staying out of the limelight until his unveiling in front of the Washington State faithful Tuesday at noon, but that doesn’t mean he’s …


  • Leach shares thoughts on WSU players, history

    Mike Leach is pretty much staying out of the limelight until his unveiling in front of the Washington State faithful Tuesday at noon, but that doesn’t mean he’s unreachable.


  • Coug fans open checkbooks

    PULLMAN – The day after Mike Leach was hired as Washington State’s football coach, the apathy athletic director Bill Moos perceived in the Cougars’ fan base has seemingly dissipated, replaced …


  • Fellow coaches praise Leach’s system

    When Mike Price was the head football coach at Washington State University, he used to conduct an annual clinic on the one-back offense that served him and the Cougars so …


  • Mike Price: WSU is going to love Mike Leach

    Back when Mike Price was the head football coach at Washington State University, he used to conduct an annual clinic on the one-back offense that served him and the Cougars …


  • It’s official: WSU hires Leach as football coach

    Nov. 16 was one of the most important dates in Washington State’s more than 100-year football history, and only two men knew it.


  • Blanchette: Cougars decide to play for keeps

    On Tuesday, Washington State – in the view of one of its old guard – lost its innocence. On Wednesday, the Cougars lost their minds.


  • Cougar quarterbacks excited about future with Leach

    Ask quarterback Jeff Tuel about Wednesday hiring of Mike Leach as Washington State’s head football coach and he just smiles.


  • Wulff: ‘Innocence of Wazzu has been lost today’

    PULLMAN – Paul Wulff, carrying the mantle as the former Washington State football coach, stepped into the hall and hugged his defensive coordinator, Chris Ball. The two talked, patted each …


  • Blanchette: Big dogs may not make their way to WSU

    So if Mike Leach isn’t the next football coach at Washington State, where will the collective emotional crash fall on the Jeff-Tuel’s-shoulder/Connor-Halliday’s-liver scale?


  • Probable candidates to be the new WSU football coach

    So who is on Bill Moos’ list?


  • Wulff: ‘Innocence of Wazzu has been lost today’

    Paul Wulff, carrying the mantle as the former Washington State football coach, stepped into the hall and hugged his defensive coordinator, Chris Ball.


  • Moos fires Wulff, cites fan apathy

    Saying he perceives an apathy in Washington State University’s football fan base, athletic director Bill Moos fired Paul Wulff as the Cougars’ coach Tuesday with a year remaining on Wulff’s …


  • WSU decision near

    PULLMAN – Washington State athletic director Bill Moos will hold a 2 p.m. press conference in a Bohler Gym conference room today to discuss the future of the football program. …


  • Wulff lobbies on his behalf, awaits Tuesday decision

    Washington State athletic director Bill Moos will hold a 2 p.m. press conference in a Bohler Gym conference room Tuesday to discuss the future of the football program.


  • Moos and Wulff meet, don’t reach decision

    PULLMAN – One day after a 38-21 Apple Cup defeat ended a 4-8 football season, Washington State athletic director Bill Moos and coach Paul Wulff met in Moos’ office for …


  • Blanchette: In the end, it’s score that matters

    As the curtain fell on another Mediocrity Cup, the great disconnect of football at Washington State was again revealed.


  • WSU notebook: Decision time for Moos

    Bill Moos has a big decision to make this week.


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