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  • Cougs let one slip away

    PULLMAN – A team does not go undefeated against a twice-yearly opponent for more than three decades without a little luck and some close calls. In 57 previous attempts against …


  • Stanford women escape with OT win at WSU

    This time, Washington State nearly pulled off the upset. The Cougars led by 11 in the second half and forced Stanford into overtime but lost to the Cardinal for the …


  • Former football player sues WSU

    Washington State has been named as a defendant in a civil suit brought by former Cougars football player Domenic Rockey stemming from an incident on Oct. 1, 2013, that left …


  • WSU runs $13 million deficit for athletics

    Uncommon expenditures on coaching salaries, buyouts and debt service left Washington State University’s athletic department with a $13 million deficit at the end of last year. WSU’s revenue rose from …


  • Washington State forwards will test Huskies’ Upshaw

    SEATTLE – A preseason glance at the Washington State men’s basketball roster would have likely yielded the assumption that the Cougars were going to be a team that relied on …


  • WSU Cougars snap 15-game conference road losing streak

    BERKELEY, Calif. – At the conclusion of last year’s Pac-12 basketball season, Washington State was the only school without a conference win on the road. After one weekend of Pac-12 …


  • WSU defensive lineman Xavier Cooper opts to enter NFL draft

    Washington State defensive lineman Xavier Cooper will forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft this spring. Cooper, 23, is a junior but said he will take online classes …


  • Cougars lose early momentum in Pac-12 opener at Stanford

    PALO ALTO, Calif. – There were a bunch of bullies in Maples Pavilion on Friday afternoon and the Stanford players didn’t know how to deal with them. Simply waiting turned …


  • Freshman Ny Redding gives Cougars true point guard

    PULLMAN – Ernie Kent said he does not remember Ny Redding making a shot during the freshman’s first three weeks at Washington State, but that story is probably apocryphal. Yet …


  • Report says WSU football coach Mike Leach dismisses veteran CB Daquawn Brown

    Washington State football coach Mike Leach has dismissed cornerback Daquawn Brown, his team’s leading tackler and most experienced defensive back, according to an internet report. The team does not publicly …


  • WSU heads off to conference play with win over UC Davis

    PULLMAN – The Cougars didn’t end the nonconference season with a dominant performance to springboard them into Pac-12 play. Washington State was too fast and loose with the ball on …


  • Freshman cornerback Kevin Griffin leaves WSU football program

    PULLMAN – Freshman cornerback Kevin Griffin has left the Washington State football program and will transfer to another school to continue playing football. Griffin played in three games this past …


  • Cougars handle SJSU

    PULLMAN – There was only so much Washington State could do to impress against an opponent that would have been outmanned in the best of circumstances on Sunday. And it …


  • WSU women beat Montana State, improve to 8-2

    PULLMAN — The holiday doldrums had no visible effect on the Washington State women’s basketball team, which overcame finals, sickness and the holiday season to beat Montana State 82-61 in …


  • WSU baseball players benefit from Dominican tour

    PULLMAN – The omnipresent buzz of the Boca Chica marketplace was shattered by the percussive tamboura and accompanying accordion, which swirled together faster and faster into a frenzied rhythm to …


  • WSU baseball players benefit from Dominican tour

    The omnipresent buzz of the Boca Chica marketplace was shattered by the percussive tambora and accompanying accordion, which swirled together faster and faster into a frenzied rhythm to alert the …


  • WSU denies TV story about Leach

    Washington State officials flatly denied a report by a Houston television station that football coach Mike Leach is interested in the vacant coaching position at the University of Houston. Sports …


  • Moos says WSU football “still in the process” of building

    PULLMAN — When Washington State athletic director Bill Moos took stock of the football program after hiring Mike Leach in 2011, he thought that in three years the Cougars would …


  • ‘Embarassed’ Lacy sparks Cougs’ victory

    PULLMAN – The Washington State Cougars left Beasley Coliseum ice-cold following an embarrassing display of poor shooting in their last game. But the Cougars sizzled on Saturday during a 91-71 …


  • Cold-shooting Cougars fall to Vandals

    PULLMAN – With just 4 minutes to play in Washington State’s annual matchup against Idaho, a pair of Cougar fans in the front row tried to lead the comeback themselves. …


  • WSU football coach Mike Leach working from short list to find defensive coordinator

    PULLMAN – Washington State football coach Mike Leach is in the market for a new defensive coordinator and finding one may not require a lengthy search, according to athletic director …


  • Leach fires defensive coordinator, outside linebackers coach

    PULLMAN – The day after Washington State’s season of high-scoring losses ended, head football coach Mike Leach dismissed defensive coordinator Mike Breske and outside linebackers coach Paul Volero. “We decided …


  • WSU Coach Mike Leach fires Breske, Volero

    The day after Washington State’s season of high-scoring losses ended, head football coach Mike Leach dismissed defensive coordinator Mike Breske and outside linebackers coach Paul Volero.


  • Apple Cup: WSU’s offense vs. Washington’s defense

    PULLMAN – Tonight’s Apple Cup will be a matchup of strength on strength and the trophy will go to the winner of the battle between Washington’s defense and Washington State’s …


  • These Bears golden

    PULLMAN – California’s rebuild is happening at a torrid pace whether or not the Golden Bears make a bowl game in 2014. Cal has already won four more games than …


  • Allison gets a rude reception

    PULLMAN – Coming to Washington State from California, Cougars linebacker Jeremiah Allison only truly began to understand the nature of the Apple Cup football rivalry between WSU and Washington after …


  • Connor Halliday leaves a remarkable example, high marks for future WSU quarterbacks to pursue

    PULLMAN – There was an extra coach on the sideline during Ferris’ football game against Gonzaga Prep on Oct. 31. Saxons alum Connor Halliday made the 80-mile drive from Martin …


  • WSU linebacker Jeremiah Allison recalls bitter reception

    Coming to Washington State from California, Cougars linebacker Jeremiah Allison only truly began to understand the nature of the Apple Cup football rivalry between WSU and Washington after he played …


  • WSU seniors could achieve rare feat

    PULLMAN – Of all the alumni who played football at Washington State, only the seniors who graduated in 1994 and 1995 – and any fifth-year seniors in 1933 – can …


  • WSU seniors could join exclusive club

    Of all the alumni that played football at Washington State, only the seniors that graduated in 1994 and 1995 – and any fifth-year seniors in 1933 – can say they …

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