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  • Cougs don’t minimize game with Stanford

    PULLMAN – Connor Halliday has no problem speaking truths that others won’t, so it was not surprising that Washington State’s quarterback most adequately summarized the magnitude of his team’s next …


  • WSU defense pitches first shutout since 2003 season

    PULLMAN – Washington State’s defensive players could feel the end zone against their backs, lined up against Idaho with the Vandals looking at a 1st-and-goal from WSU’s 2-yard line in …


  • Christian Caple’s Keys to the WSU-Idaho Game

    What went right WSU’s offense was too fast and athletic for Idaho’s defense, and that showed as quarterback Connor Halliday completed 31 of 43 passes for 346 yards and four …


  • WSU-Idaho game statistics

    For 09-22-2013


  • WSU-Idaho: How they scored

    First quarter WSU 7, Idaho 0


  • Vandals take huge step back in defeat

    PULLMAN – Their quarterback rotation backfired. Their injury-ravaged defense provided little resistance to Washington State’s passing attack. And their special teams looked wobbly – again. For as sharp as the …


  • WSU and Idaho coaches have words, choose not to reveal what was said

    PULLMAN – There is plenty to dissect and discuss from Washington State’s 42-0 victory over Idaho at Martin Stadium on Saturday night. And there’s at least something to discuss about …


  • Akey happy now just being dad

    MOSCOW, Idaho – He was a gregarious personality on the Washington State and Idaho sidelines, leaping, hugging and chest-bumping with his players for 14 seasons on the Palouse. But now, …


  • Russell remembers Idaho fondly

    PULLMAN – Tales of how he broke into this profession aside, Eric Russell stops and circles back to the message coach Mike Leach tries to drill into his players each …


  • Getting There: Spokane will host forum on coal port

    The coal terminal debate returns to Spokane on Sept. 25, when three government agencies will host a scoping meeting for an environmental impact statement on a proposed coal port at …


  • Defense might be Cougs’ strength

    PULLMAN – Caveats abound when assessing any number of statistical measures this early in the season, so evaluating Washington State through that lens should be done without reaching broad conclusions. …


  • Christian Caple’s keys to the WSU game

    What went right There was little that didn’t. Connor Halliday was as sharp as he’s been, completing 32 of 41 passes for 383 yards and five touchdowns. His only real …


  • WSU vs. Southern Utah: How they scored

    First quarter WSU 7, SUU 0


  • WSU will lead jet biofuel research

    Washington State University has been picked as a co-leader for the nation’s new center of excellence for jet biofuel research, Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., announced Friday morning at WSU Tri-Cities. …


  • Blanchette: Cougs’ football display bigger than sideshows

    PULLMAN – Now this is progress. A year ago when the Mike Leach shakedown cruise first docked at Martin Stadium, the grand new wing attached to the south grandstands upstaged …


  • Washington State rises above Southern Utah

    PULLMAN – Connor Halliday finished Saturday’s game exactly how Washington State wanted. That is: on the sidelines, wearing a baseball cap, watching as freshman Austin Apodaca made his collegiate debut …


  • Washington State rises above Southern Utah

    Connor Halliday finished Saturday’s game exactly how Washington State wanted.


  • Medical school ready to grow

    In the span of a decade, Spokane has secured a downtown medical school and could have 160 students studying to become doctors. The ambitious project at Washington State University Spokane’s …


  • Cougars expect T-birds to flex muscles

    PULLMAN – You don’t have to look at Southern Utah’s football team to believe what coach Mike Leach has been saying for a couple days now. That’s because SUU coach …


  • WSU’s positive attitude yields matching result

    LOS ANGELES – The lobby emptied shortly after 1 a.m. at the Renaissance Hotel here early Sunday morning, a handful of men wearing Washington State gear shuffling toward the elevator …


  • WSU to discuss possible fraternity ban for freshmen

    PULLMAN – A proposal to prohibit Washington State University freshmen from living in fraternities didn’t generate much discussion Friday, but it could in the coming months. WSU President Elson S. …


  • Washington State University expects no tuition increase in 2014

    PULLMAN – Washington State University President Elson S. Floyd likely will recommend no tuition increase again for fall 2014, he told the board of regents on Friday, marking the second …


  • Christian Caple’s Keys to the WSU-USC Game

    What went right WSU’s defense made USC’s passing offense look completely helpless, as it held Trojans quarterbacks Cody Kessler and Max Wittek to just 54 yards passing. The Trojans’ only …


  • How they scored: USC, WSU

    SECOND QUARTER USC 7, WSU 0


  • Notebook: Pass defense shines for Cougars

    LOS ANGELES – Daquawn Brown’s homecoming went just how he wanted it. Brown, filling in at cornerback after a pair of injuries knocked out two players ahead of him on …


  • Ethics rules limit freebies

    OLYMPIA – A legislator who accepts an invitation to sit in the university president’s box at a Husky or Cougar football game, with all the complimentary food and drinks, isn’t …


  • USC coach mum on starter against WSU

    PULLMAN – Lane Kiffin isn’t quite taking his ball and going home. But the USC coach isn’t saying which of his quarterbacks will have the ball when the Trojans play …


  • After Auburn, Los Angeles doesn’t faze Cougars

    AUBURN, Ala. – There should no longer be any question about Washington State’s belief in itself on the football field. Not after the Cougars’ reaction to a close loss to …


  • Blanchette: Cougs show improvement, but still lose

    AUBURN, Ala. – Have to admit, even bludgeoned by incessant hype, there is some cachet to this SEC stuff. Take Auburn. Even with the beloved street-corner oaks poisoned, mourned and …


  • WSU-Auburn statistics

    For 09-01-2013

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