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  • John Blanchette: Colorado State boss Jim McElwain holds area roots close

    He has two national championship rings, his alma mater in Cheney is in the hunt again for another rock of its own and his current team – on an ahead-of-schedule …


  • WSU coaches use extra time to assess talent

    During the season, Washington State’s football coaches don’t get much time with the underclassmen on the team.


  • Cougs’ bowl return seen as sign of bigger things

    PULLMAN – The last time the Washington State football team played in a bowl game the year was 2003, and the opponent was the University of Texas, ranked No. 5 …


  • Cougs’ bowl return seen as sign of bigger things

    The last time the Washington State football team played in a bowl game the year was 2003, and the opponent was the University of Texas, ranked No. 5 in the …


  • WSU seniors reap rewards for persistence

    PULLMAN – It has been a productive week for Washington State safety Deone Bucannon, who found out he is headed to not one, but two, bowl games. The senior will …


  • WSU seniors reap rewards for persistence

    It has been a productive week for Washington State safety Deone Bucannon, who found out he is headed to not one, but two, bowl games.


  • Record nine Pac-12 schools go bowling

    The Pac-12 Conference is sending a record nine football teams to play in bowl games to cap the 2013 season, with only Cal and relative conference newcomers Utah and Colorado …


  • Cougars will face Colorado St. in New Mexico Bowl

    PULLMAN – It’s been a decade-long wait for the Washington State football team to return to a bowl game, and nothing was certain until athletic director Bill Moos had the …


  • WSU to play Colorado State in New Mexico Bowl

    Colorado State will play Washington State in the New Mexico Bowl on Dec. 21 in Albuquerque, bowl officials announced Sunday.


  • WSU hopes set on bid from New Mexico Bowl

    PULLMAN – It’s never fun in sports to be the last one picked, but that’s what Washington State is hoping for when it comes to Pac-12 bowl selections. Athletic director …


  • Last would not be least as WSU eyes bowl bid

    It’s never fun in sports to be the last one picked, but that’s what Washington State is hoping for when it comes to Pac-12 bowl selections.


  • Cougars work to stay sharp while awaiting bowl word

    PULLMAN – After nearly a week off since the Apple Cup, the Washington State football team returned to practice on Thursday. While the players and coaches had yet to train …


  • Cougs stay sharp while awaiting call

    After nearly a week off since the Apple Cup, the Washington State football team returned to practice on Thursday.


  • Cougs practice with visions of bowl game

    For the first time since its 27-17 loss in the Apple Cup, the Washington State football team will return to the Martin Stadium turf for football practice today. As a …


  • Pac-12 Conference power rankings

    The Pac-12 season has come and gone, with only the championship game left to be played. Some teams will play in bowl games, others will not. But all must submit …


  • Cougars troll for best bowl

    On Monday, Washington State athletic director Bill Moos began the process of trying to secure a bowl berth for the football team in earnest. With a 6-6 record, the Cougars …


  • Pac-12 tabs Bucannon

    Safety Deone Bucannon of Washington State has been named first-team All-Pac-12 in football, the conference announced on Monday. Joining Bucannon, a senior, on the first team is Washington junior running …


  • WSU’s Bucannon, UW’s Sankey on Pac-12 first team

    Safety Deone Bucannon of Washington State has been named first-team All-Pac-12, the conference announced on Monday. Joining Bucannon on the first-team list was Washington running back Bishop Sankey, who played …


  • Cougars play waiting game for potential bowl

    SEATTLE – With no more regular-season games left to play, the Washington State football team faces a different kind of challenge this week: the waiting game. The Cougars (6-6, 4-5 …


  • Cougs must wait and see about bowl

    With no more regular-season games to play, the Washington State football team faces a different kind of challenge this week: the waiting game.


  • Bigger questions loom than ‘What bowl will have us?’

    SEATTLE – So how many bowl tickets is Bill Moos willing to eat in the name of positive self-worth? Ten thousand? Fifteen? Twenty?


  • No bowl guarantees

    Because of Friday’s loss in the Apple Cup, the Washington State football team rests in limbo, certain that it deserves to play in a bowl game, but without a guarantee. …


  • Ending with a twist

    SEATTLE – The Washington State football team read off a familiar script in Friday afternoon’s Apple Cup. The setting was different, but the cast and characters were largely the same …


  • Apple Cup: Keys to the game

    What went right Defensively the Cougars had no trouble with the Huskies in the first half, holding the home team to a field goal. WSU forced QB Keith Price into …


  • Blanchette: Bigger questions loom than ‘What bowl will have us?’

    So how many bowl tickets is Bill Moos willing to eat in the name of positive self-worth? Ten thousand? Fifteen? Twenty?


  • Cougs’ Moos bleeds crimson, gray

    PULLMAN – Bill Moos no longer straps on a football helmet when he fights for Washington State, his mouth guard and shoulder pads traded in for a starched shirt and …


  • Apple Cup another chance to boost Moos plan

    Bill Moos no longer straps on a football helmet when he fights for Washington State, his mouth guard and shoulder pads traded in for a starched shirt and tie.


  • Pac-12 Conference power rankings

    Pac-12 dominance has migrated south after the conference’s craziest weekend yet. After years of Oregon and Stanford carrying the conference, Arizona State, USC and UCLA are asserting themselves as the …


  • Simmons, Sarkisian go way back

    PULLMAN – Steve Sarkisian and Dennis Simmons will be on opposite sidelines during Friday’s Apple Cup. Though they coach rival schools, it will be the only time this year they …


  • WSU’s Simmons, UW’s Sarkisian go way back

    Steve Sarkisian and Dennis Simmons will be on opposite sidelines during Friday’s Apple Cup. Though they coach rival schools, it will be the only time this year they aren’t rooting …

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