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Cougars hope they have a good Knight

The Cougars are hoping JC transfer Ian Knight can be the pass-rushing defensive end they’ve been searching for over the past three years.

WSU Cougars begin practice

PULLMAN – The first day of football practice always has a fresh feel to it. Most of the time it revolves around the new players, the 25-or-so wide-eyed rookies getting …

Five keys to a winning season for WSU football

Five keys to a winning season After five wins in the three years Paul Wulff has been in Pullman, can the Washington State Cougars win at least that many in …

Cougars enter preseason camp after united offseason effort

PULLMAN – It is so consistent, you could set your watch app to it. Preseason camp opens at our nation’s colleges and universities. The players speak. Summer workouts are mentioned.

Blanchette: Pac-12 TV deal will be served as cold dish

There’s a year until liftoff, but Wednesday’s introduction of Pac-12 Networks – trumpeting one national and six regional channels to serve college sports fans with some 850 live televised events …

Pac-12 greets Utah, Colorado

It felt a bit like a coronation. The Pac-10 is dead. Long live the Pac-12. That seemed to be the underlying theme of the updated conference’s inaugural media day, held …

Cougars’ Karstetter expects better days

The past three years haven’t been exactly what Jared Karstetter expected. But there is always this fall.

Cougars embrace windfall from new conference TV contract

PULLMAN – Sometimes the biggest news can get buried. When the decision was announced late last October how the Pac-12 would slot the universities of Utah and Colorado for football, …

WSU spring scrimmage lures 4,076 to Albi

As far as Paul Wulff was concerned, the final score was irrelevant. But for the record, the Crimson, made up of mostly Washington State starters and key backups, routed the …

Blanchette: Here’s hoping Cougs can reunite with Spokane base

Pretty good Saturday afternoon at Albi Stadium. Lines stretched 100 deep at some autograph tables, and waiting at the front was as much face time with a football giant as …

Injury bug catches up with WSU football team

For 13 practices and all but about 25 minutes of the 14th, it looked as if Washington State may have escaped much in the way of major injury this spring. …

Cougs’ kicking game a work in progress

If there is one area Washington State’s football team has been rebuilding this spring, it’s been the kicking game.

Defense has its say during WSU’s second spring scrimmage

PULLMAN – Simply put, the defense came to play. “They set the tone today,” Washington State football coach Paul Wulff said following his team’s second spring scrimmage, played in front …

Defense carries the day at WSU scrimmage

Simply put, the defense came to play in Washington State’s second spring football scrimmage.

WSU sophomore cornerback Horton plays above size

PULLMAN – Watch Damante Horton jog onto Washington State’s football field and you realize how small 5-foot-10, 160 pounds looks. Talk with Horton and you realize how quiet the sophomore …

WSU sophomore cornerback Horton plays above size

Watch Damante Horton jog onto Washington State’s football field and you realize how small 5-foot-10, 160 pounds looks. Observe Horton at work and you realize that doesn’t matter.

Cougars spring football camp battles center on centers

PULLMAN – Before Washington State began spring football, coach Paul Wulff took pains to emphasize that no one, not quarterback Jeff Tuel, not anyone, had their name etched in stone …

Healed running back Galvin highlights WSU scrimmage

PULLMAN – There was something a bit different about Washington State’s first scrimmage of the spring Saturday. It wasn’t the weather, which ranged from bright sunshine to rain showers to …

Healed running back Galvin highlights WSU scrimmage

Rickey Galvin, the 5-foot-8, 162-pound redshirt freshman running back, recovered from last fall’s broken arm, announced his presence in the No. 1 offense’s second possession at the WSU scrimmage.

WSU’s Galvin eager for another shot

Rickey Galvin is ready to fulfill the promise he showed as a freshman when Washington State coach Paul Wulff raved about his potential.

Howard brings new look to WSU defensive line

PULLMAN – Football is football to new Washington State University defensive line coach Todd Howard, whether it’s in Texas, where he grew up and played, or at UCLA, where he …

Cougars’ spring football will bring younger look

PULLMAN – Spring is the season of new. So is spring football.

Whitworth men take over No. 1 in Division III basketball poll

Men’s basketball: Whitworth University, the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Division III men’s basketball tournament that starts Thursday, also moved back into the No. 1 spot in the final …

Whitworth opens baseball season with split

After falling in their baseball season opener 3-2, the Whitworth Pirates (1-1) rallied in the nightcap, led by J.R. Jarrell’s three hits and three RBIs, to beat LeTourneau (Texas) (1-1) …

WSU has new defensive line coach

Washington State football coach Paul Wulff made another change to his coaching staff Thursday, hiring former UCLA associate head coach Todd Howard to coach the Cougars’ defensive line.

WSU crows about receivers, linemen in recruiting class

PULLMAN – Mike Levenseller has been Washington State’s receiving coach seemingly since the Mesozoic Era. In that time he’s coached multiple NFL players, developed corps with cool nicknames like the …

WSU goes big, not flashy

Despite a splash of talented receivers, the emphasis in Paul Wulff’s fourth group was on bigs, with WSU already having 11 offensive or defensive linemen among its 24 players announced …

Washington State’s 2011 class

Washington State University’s 2011 football recruiting class.

Blanchette: Sankey’s change of heart stokes Apple Cup rivalry

Washington gets the most coveted Spokane football player in more than a decade - Bishop Sankey - and the Cougars got some other guys that they’re all charged up about …

Coach Wulff places recruiting emphasis on burly linemen

PULLMAN – To a college football fan, the final few days of January are akin to the hours leading up to Christmas for a 10-year-old. Both gleefully anticipate what’s coming.