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  • Secondary shines as Cougars open camp

    The perpetually young Washington State secondary may not be any older, but it sure looked better during the Cougars’ first practice of the 2015 season. To wit, the defensive backs …


  • Cougars open practice: Here are players to watch

    PULLMAN – Today the Washington State Cougars will hold the first of 23 practices before they open their season in Martin Stadium against Portland State on Sept. 5. With less …


  • With 13 returning starters, Washington State has options throughout the roster

    PULLMAN—Washington State finally has a settled roster heading into football season. Now, the idea is to shake it up.


  • Allison paying it forward

    PULLMAN – The story of how Jeremiah Allison overcame meager circumstances to become a community pillar is not a chronicle of his life, but rather an account of the adults …


  • Leach does his shtick while providing update on Cougars

    LOS ANGELES – Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez did an admirable job warming up the crowd, calling out the Pac-12 hosts on their gaudy 100th anniversary décor and saying that …


  • WSU hires Marty Lees as new baseball coach

    PULLMAN — Washington State athletic director Bill Moos announced the hire of Marty Lees as the new Cougars baseball coach on Wednesday, citing Lees’ success as an assistant coach at …


  • Bills waive QB Tuel

    The Buffalo Bills have shuffled their depth at quarterback by claiming Matt Simms and waiving former Washington State star Jeff Tuel. The Bills were awarded Simms on Friday, a day …


  • WSU fires baseball coach Marbut after 11 seasons

    PULLMAN – Donnie Marbut’s decade as skipper of the Washington State baseball program ended on Tuesday, when athletic director Bill Moos fired him. “Though Donnie and his staff have worked …


  • Four possibilities for new WSU baseball coach

    Washington State athletic director Bill Moos says that he will not discuss the details of his search for a new baseball coach, which he expects to complete as soon as …


  • 25 to be inducted in September ceremony

    Rick Riley, one of the greatest distance runners to come out of Spokane, is one of 25 who will be inducted in the Class of 2015 into the Washington State …


  • Cooper drafted in third round

    PULLMAN – Xavier Cooper sat at a draft party he hosted with Tacoma football royalty and angrily texted his agent. Told by his representatives and others that he would be …


  • Wildcats roll over Cougars 14-5 in series opener

    PULLMAN – Arizona continued its recent offensive blitz on Friday, tattooing Washington State starting pitcher Sean Hartnett with five fourth-inning runs on the way to a 14-5 win in the …


  • Arizona pastes WSU in baseball series opener

    Arizona continued its recent offensive blitz on Friday, tattooing Washington State starting pitcher Sean Hartnett with five fourth-inning runs on the way to a 14-5 win in the first game …


  • Cougars coach Ernie Kent signs heavily-recruited 7-foot center Conor Clifford

    PULLMAN – Ernie Kent won his first major men’s basketball recruiting victory for Washington State, signing a player coveted by far more established programs. Junior college center Conor Clifford sent …


  • Derek Bayley of Rathdrum in second, WSU tied for third in Pac-12 men’s golf

    PULLMAN – Jon Rahm, Cheng-Tsung Pan and the other future pros playing in the Pac-12 men’s golf championships this week will someday jockey over endorsements, sponsorship deals and, maybe, green …


  • Pac-12 men’s golf tournament begins today at Palouse Ridge

    PULLMAN – Washington State can’t match teams boasting some of the best amateur golfers in the world at this week’s Pac-12 tournament. But the Cougars have something on their side …


  • Pitcher Joe Pistorese benefited by returning to WSU

    PULLMAN – Joe Pistorese gave away his leverage with Major League Baseball teams when he decided to return for a senior year of chucking baseballs at Washington State. But he …


  • Cougars expect offensive line to lead way next season

    PULLMAN – Cole Madison missed the final three games of the 2014-15 football season because of an illness, but the Washington State right tackle recalls that time as one of …


  • O-line should be strength for Cougs

    Cole Madison missed the final three games of the 2014-15 football season because of an illness, but the Washington State right tackle recalls that time as one of the offensive …


  • Cougar errors prove costly

    PULLMAN – Ian Sagdal blasted his second and third home runs of the season for Washington State but a slew of errors cost the Cougars, who fell to Washington 5-2 …


  • QBs take advantage of defense that’s learning

    PULLMAN – The two unknowns heading into Washington State’s first scrimmage of the spring were how the defense would look under new defensive coordinator Alex Grinch and how the quarterbacks …


  • Cougars edge Gonzaga in baseball

    PULLMAN – Washington State coach Donnie Marbut’s 300th career win certainly wasn’t his easiest, and he didn’t get a chance to bask in the certainty of the victory until the …


  • Cougs to go under center on occasion

    PULLMAN – If you happen to find yourself among the small but growing band of looky-loos that linger in the Martin Stadium stands to watch the Washington State football team …


  • Washington’s 4A player of year headed to WSU

    PULLMAN – Ernie Kent has landed his first Seattle-area basketball recruit at Washington State, securing a commitment from Viont’e Daniels from Federal Way. As a senior at FWHS this past …


  • Improvement evident among Cougars

    LAS VEGAS – When the Washington State men’s basketball team’s season ended on Wednesday, it did so in the same unremarkable fashion as the ones immediately preceding it. Most of …


  • WSU Cougars open Pac-12 baseball against No. 14 USC

    PULLMAN – Ian Sagdal is an oddity in the Washington State infield: the only starter more than a year removed from his prom night and one of the few Cougars …


  • Cougs can’t finish what they start at Pauley

    LOS ANGELES – As the expectation of defeat gives way to the hope of victory, Washington State’s basketball players are experiencing a new kind of postgame pain: The kind that …


  • Cougs headed to Bruins’ den

    LOS ANGELES – The final road game for Washington State this season comes against an opponent the Cougars typically go decades at a time without beating away from home. And, …


  • Former Cougar Xavier Cooper does his best to impress NFL scouts during combine

    PULLMAN – There is no starting gun for NFL prospects when they run the 40-yard-dash, the most universally understood drill to measure athleticism in football players. So when Xavier Cooper …


  • WSU routed at home by UW after beating Huskies in Seattle

    PULLMAN – Two days made a world of difference for the Washington State women’s basketball team, which couldn’t compete with Washington in an 83-43 loss that came just two days …

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