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  • Vince Grippi’s Keys to the WSU Game

    What went right Washington State controlled the tempo, using a power running game to dominate time of possession by almost 14 minutes. Rickey Galvin carried 16 times for 88 yards, …

  • WSU quarterback Tuel not cleared to play

    PASADENA, Calif. – When the kickoff finally came Saturday night in the Rose Bowl, Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel was in uniform, but not cleared to play. Tuel, the junior …

  • How they scored: WSU, UCLA

    First quarter WSU 3, UCLA 0

  • Statistics: WSU vs. UCLA

    For 10-09-2011

  • Cougars reworked defense after last year’s UCLA loss

    PULLMAN – The numbers were shocking. UCLA ran the ball 56 times. The Bruins gained 437 yards on the ground. Johnathan Franklin rushed for 216 yards, Derrick Coleman 185 on …

  • Tuel cleared to practice in full pads

    Quarterback Jeff Tuel was cleared Sunday to beginning practicing in full pads, clearing the way for a possible return Saturday when Washington State travels to Pasadena to face UCLA (2-3, …

  • How they scored: WSU, Colorado

    First quarter WSU 7, Colorado 0

  • Statistics: WSU vs. Colorado

    For 10-02-2011

  • Washington State vs. Colorado notebook

    BOULDER, Colo. – Marquess Wilson has made harder catches. The sophomore wide receiver has made longer ones. But he’s never made a more important one than the 63-yarder he gathered …

  • Cougars cash in with surprise play

    BOULDER, Colo. – Sometimes a dramatic victory grows from the fertilizer of a tough defeat. Such was seemingly the case for the Washington State Cougars on Saturday.

  • Research aims to fine-tune vast CRP lands to boost pheasants

    Joey McCanna is working to make CRP more friendly to pheasants. In particular, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Department upland game bird specialist is seeking ways to make the vast …

  • Vince Grippi’s Keys to the WSU Game

    What went right The fourth-quarter comeback from 10 points down. The last two times Washington State had the ball, quarterback Marshall Lobbestael led the Cougars on drives of 77 and …

  • Cougars’ sophomore wideout leading nation in receiving yards

    PULLMAN – Marquess Wilson had a pretty decent freshman year. The Washington State wide receiver from Tulare, Calif., burst on the scene with a 48-yard touchdown pass from Jeff Tuel …

  • WSU gets $40 million for biofuels research

    Washington State University is getting a $40 million research grant to produce “green” jet fuel from woody debris in Northwest forests. The five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture …

  • Gleason fighting ALS

    NEW ORLEANS – Steve Gleason may always be remembered most for his blocked punt on the night the Louisiana Superdome reopened for the first time after Hurricane Katrina – a …

  • Q and A with BILL MOOS

    PULLMAN – When Bill Moos was introduced as Washington State’s athletic director 1 1/2 years ago, he promised to make changes around Bohler Gym. He has.

  • Fruit growers to donate $27 million to WSU

    The state’s apple and pear growers have voted to donate $27 million over the next eight years to support tree fruit research at Washington State University, the largest single gift …

  • Cougs will work on finishing

    PULLMAN – Paul Wulff is certain of one thing his Washington State football team is going to work on during this upcoming bye week. Finishing games.

  • How they scored: WSU, SDSU

    First quarter WSU 7, SDSU 0

  • Mistakes cost Cougars in second half

    SAN DIEGO – The ebb and flow of a college football game is often rooted in turnovers and their cousins, misplays and missed opportunities. Washington State’s 42-24 loss to San …

  • Vince Grippi’s Keys to the WSU Game

    What went right The passing connection of Marshall Lobbestael to Marquess Wilson. They teamed on an 80-yard bomb to open the game, then opened the second half with a 78-yard …

  • Momentum shift hurt Cougars in first loss

    SAN DIEGO – There is little that changes momentum in a football game like a blocked punt. Or trying to get one and failing.

  • WSU-SDSU statistics

    For 09-18-2011

  • Photos offer glimpse inside internment camp

    PULLMAN – A Japanese-American boy stands outside the barracks of the internment camp, looking at the distinctive shape of Heart Mountain in the distance. The poignant, long-ago moment is captured …

  • Kick coverage concerns Cougars

    PULLMAN – It’s hard to find failings in a 59-7 victory. But following Washington State’s win over UNLV last Saturday, Cougars coach Paul Wulff was able to pinpoint one. And …

  • No. 1 offense in nation helps Cougs start 2-0

    PULLMAN – Heady territory, this 2-0 stuff. But the 59-7 whipping Washington State put on UNLV on Saturday at Martin Stadium was not the only win in coach Paul Wulff’s …

  • Statistics: WSU vs. UNLV

    For 09-11-2011

  • Cougars step up, including Mizell

    PULLMAN – 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, …

  • Vince Grippi’s Keys to the Game

    What went right Once again, almost everything. And unlike last week, Washington State got out of the game with no major injuries. The offense, led by an efficient, close-to-dominating offensive …

  • Blanchette: WSU’s progress breeds excitement, confidence

    PULLMAN – To borrow shamelessly from YouTube’s Greatest Coaching Rants, they are who we thought they were. Oh, not Washington State. The Cougars’ first two opponents.