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  • Vince Grippi’s Keys to the Game

    What went right Washington State freshman wide receiver Marquess Wilson showed what all the fuss was about in fall camp. The 6-foot-3, 173-pounder from Tulare, Calif., made his first appearance …


  • WSU-Oklahoma State: How they scored

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  • WSU’s season-opening drubbing has familiar feel

    STILLWATER, Okla. – The first play was a simple run designed to go around right end, a way to ease into the season. But running back James Montgomery and quarterback …


  • 2 Minute Drill

    1 The Cougars must start faster. Or at least faster than last year. Washington State scored all of six points in the first quarter last season – a field goal …


  • What a victory would do

    STILLWATER, Okla. – It only happened once last season. And it came in the season’s third game. The “it” would be a Washington State University football victory, of which there …


  • WSU freshmen must prepare for raucous OSU crowd

    PULLMAN – Last year at this time, Deone Bucannon was prepping to play his last football season for Vanden High in Fairfield, Calif. The opponent in the opener? Armijo High, …


  • In brief: Whitworth opens with split

    Sisters Ka’ipo and Kaimi Rocha combined for 19 kills and the Whitworth Pirates opened their season with a 25-20, 25-11, 25-11 sweep over the visiting Walla Walla Wolves in non-conference …


  • Pac-10 picks by Vince Grippi

    If you were smart enough to use this feature as a reverse barometer last season, it was a good move for your pocketbook, as we finished nine games under .500 …


  • Schedule could be Cougars’ undoing

    PULLMAN – When the 2010 Pac-10 football schedule was first coming together, Washington State’s was daunting, but not impossible. The Cougars were scheduled to play their three non-conference games, then …


  • WSU at Oklahoma St. game details

    Time: 4:10 p.m. PDT Saturday TV: FSN


  • Comparisons to Roos aside, senior could be big impact guy

    PULLMAN – Given that only 189 miles separates Tallin, Estonia, and St. Petersburg, Russia, college football coaches might want to start making stops at both on recruiting trips. You never …


  • Researchers trace apple’s roots to Kazakhstan

    Washington State University reports genetic research has traced the ancestor of the apple tree to a wild ancestor (Malus sieversii) that originated in the mountains of southern Kazakhstan.


  • WSU D-line to test mettle on Saturdays

    Note: This is the final position preview of Washington State University’s 2010 football team. Today: Defensive line. PULLMAN – Click on your dictionary, type in the word savage and such …


  • Last WSU scrimmage wind-aided

    PULLMAN – It was perfect preparation for Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the plain – and the football fans pride themselves on their vocal ability. Washington State University’s …


  • WSU’s secondary young but experienced

    Note: This is the sixth of eight position previews of Washington State University’s 2010 football team. Today: Defensive backs. Saturday: Linebackers.


  • WSU tries to keep it going in volleyball

    It’s a question Washington State volleyball coach Andrew Palileo has heard often since the conclusion of last year’s breakthrough season. Can you keep it going?


  • Vestal: Random acts of kindness hard for many to stomach

    What if the Little Red Hen – who did all the work and ate all the bread – had been a selfless chicken? What if she did all the work …


  • Cougs enter season among soccer’s elite

    Matt Potter has a solid perspective on the impact, or lack thereof, that preseason rankings have on a team’s actual performance. But at the same time, Washington State University’s seventh-year …


  • Big changes bring positive feelings about WSU’s line

    Note: This is the third of eight position previews of Washington State University’s 2010 football team. Today: Offensive line. Wednesday: Running backs. PULLMAN – When the curtain fell on last …


  • Pittman heads Cougs to win

    Tiara Pittman (Mt. Spokane) notched a goal in the 74th minute to earn Washington State its first victory of the season, 1-0 over the University of Utah at the Washington …


  • WSU’s elusive Wilson draws notice

    PULLMAN – Up until about 48 hours ago, the Washington State University Cougars were not going to scrimmage this weekend. Two practices were scheduled for Saturday – the last of …


  • Cougs have pick of six in backfield

    James Montgomery’s remarkable recovery from an injury that almost cost him the lower part of his left leg has been as inspirational as it was unlikely. But the fuzzy, feel-good …


  • Show a little lentil love at national event in Pullman

    Do you consider the phrase “lentil culinary delights” an oxymoron? Give the devoted legume lovers of Pullman a chance to win you over starting Friday at the 22nd annual National …


  • Column: In this day, loyalty is great thing to find in a Coug

    PULLMAN – Because Brandon Rankin wears the number 5, the first reflex is to assume his appearance in the offensive backfield is the result of a safety blitz. Except that …


  • Ecowell kiosks let thirsty customers use own containers, pick flavors

    A Pullman startup company hopes to change the way people buy beverages from vending machines. Ecowell, which began as a class project among engineering students at Washington State University, makes …


  • Coug corners have each other’s backs

    PULLMAN – There were times last season when Washington State’s secondary had more cover-your-eyes injuries than an MMA undercard. Three broken legs, a couple torn muscles, two busted up shoulders …


  • WSU defense shines in first scrimmage

    PULLMAN – If Washington State University football coach Paul Wulff was looking for improvement out of his defense in its first scrimmage, he saw it. If he was looking for …


  • Kramer settles lawsuit, but career damage done

    Mike Kramer settled his lawsuit with Montana State University on Wednesday, the end of a 3-year ordeal that was bitter, damaging and even humiliating – and certainly couldn’t have been …


  • Cougars learn to fight, shake hands like brothers

    PULLMAN – Washington State University football coach Paul Wulff has been repeating a variation of the same mantra for some time. “Whenever you can make some plays and build some …


  • WSU merger would add to environmental studies

    A departmental merger years in the making is finally moving ahead at Washington State University after being put on hold since 2008 by budget cuts. The proposal would create a …

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