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  • Take the NLI quiz

    How well do you know the ins and outs of the National Letter of Intent process? Here’s a quiz to test your knowledge:


  • Multiyear offers can up ante to land stars

    Imagine the future of college athletics recruiting, with headlines like this one: “High-school athlete signs four-year deal with Washington State.”


  • Divided opinions on early signings

    In the most perfect of basketball worlds, Washington State coach Ken Bone said, his recruiting classes each year would be finalized during November’s early-signing period, and the rest of the …


  • Letters of intent, not of guarantees

    The tattoo has since been modified, and Sean Lancona says you can’t really see it when he wears his watch, anyway.


  • Pac-12 remains a no-show on DirecTV

    For fans who root for Pac-12 teams but watch their television via DirecTV, it’s always a good news, bad news scenario when talking Pac-12 Networks. The good news, as the …


  • Cougars add Rutgers to football schedule

    Wisconsin’s trip to Pullman has been delayed eight years, but Washington State announced an addition to its 2014 and 2015 football schedules. Rutgers will visit the Cougars at CenturyLink Field …


  • Cougars add Rutgers to football schedule

    Wisconsin’s trip to Pullman has been delayed eight years, but Washington State announced an addition to its 2014 and 2015 football schedules.


  • Concussions: Leach doesn’t expect rules to impact Cougars

    Mike Leach doesn’t yet know many details about the Pac-12’s plan to limit contact during football practices, but he isn’t too concerned about the effect it will have on Washington …


  • WSU football’s APR up to 10th in Pac-12

    Washington State’s football team still ranks toward the bottom of the Pac-12 in the latest Academic Progress Rate numbers released by the NCAA on Tuesday, but the Cougars improved their …


  • WSU football APR up for third straight year

    Washington State’s football team still ranks toward the bottom of the Pac-12 in the latest Academic Progress Rate numbers released by the NCAA on Tuesday, but the Cougars improved their …


  • Prosecutor won’t press charges in football fight

    The Whitman County Prosecutor declined to pursue criminal charges against a against University of Idaho football player who punched out a Washington State University athlete at a Pullman house party …


  • Football gone, but Simmons moves on

    As Washington State’s football program churns through summer workouts without Mansel Simmons, the former receiver is in Phoenix with family and friends and playing a whole lot of Monopoly. Also, …


  • WSU’s Simmons recovering

    As Washington State’s football program churns through summer workouts without Mansel Simmons, the former receiver is in Phoenix with family and friends and playing a whole lot of Monopoly. Also, …


  • Former Cougar Rodgers hopes to land at Eastern

    The feeling started last season, Jake Rodgers said, and only got worse as the offseason progressed. The former Washington State offensive lineman just wasn’t having fun anymore.


  • UI’s Runner might face felony charge over punch

    An Idaho football player could face a felony assault charge for his part in an altercation that ended the career of former Washington State receiver Mansel Simmons. Pullman Police announced …


  • Mayes third Cougar arrested in two weeks

    The count of Washington State football players arrested in the last two weeks is now at three after junior linebacker Logan Mayes was arrested early Thursday evening on suspicion of …


  • WSU running back Caldwell arrested

    Washington State running back Teondray Caldwell was arrested on May 7 on suspicion of assault and burglary stemming from an April 28 incident at a Pullman residence. KQQQ 1150-AM in …


  • Things looking up under Moos

    YAKIMA – Bill Moos said he wanted to build when he accepted the Washington State athletic director job in February of 2010. He’s already done that, spearheading efforts that saw …


  • WSU QB? Tune in come fall

    More depth, more experience and more knowledge of coach Mike Leach’s system made this year’s spring football practice session more efficient than Leach’s first. And while the Cougars have more …


  • Cougars still need a few answers

    More depth, more experience and more knowledge of coach Mike Leach’s system made this year’s spring football practice session more efficient than Leach’s first. And while the Cougars have more …


  • Marquess Wilson selected by Chicago in seventh round

    Marquess Wilson’s controversial departure from Washington State didn’t prevent the record-setting receiver from being chosen in this year’s NFL draft. But it probably didn’t help his stock. Wilson had to …


  • Leach: Cougars better at every position

    PULLMAN – How pleased was Mike Leach with Washington State’s spring practices this year? Well, he was asked after Tuesday’s spring finale to name one player whose improvement during the …


  • Leach: Cougars better at every position

    How pleased was Mike Leach with Washington State’s spring practices this year? Well, he was asked after Tuesday’s spring finale to name one player whose improvement during the last month …


  • Cougars offense finds success in second half of spring game

    A halftime summit was held at Albi Stadium on Saturday afternoon, Mike Leach overseeing a group of inconsistent and underachieving football players whom he said suffered – as the coach …


  • Blanchette: 2013 Cougs remain work in progress

    The com- pany line from Washington State Football, Inc., is that the team we last knew bears virtually no resemblance to the team we’ll be getting to know. Night and …


  • Cougars offense finds success in second half of spring game

    A halftime summit was held at Albi Stadium on Saturday afternoon, Mike Leach overseeing a group of inconsistent and underachieving football players whom he said suffered – as the coach …


  • Cougars simplify Crimson and Gray game

    As far as Austin Apodaca knows, there’s nothing yet riding on today’s Crimson and Gray game at Albi Stadium in Spokane. Washington State split its roster evenly between a crimson …


  • WSU ready for spring game

    Washington State will play its spring football game Saturday at 2 p.m. at Albi Stadium. Washington State split its roster evenly between a crimson team and a white team, breaking …


  • Cougars getting grasp on who will be their holder

    PULLMAN – Austin Apodaca might have the upper hand in this competition. But you never know. Mike Bowlin is right there, too.


  • Pritchard’s QB instincts aid WSU defense

    PULLMAN – Tana Pritchard will never attempt a pass for Washington State, unlike the four years he spent as a quarterback at Clover Park High School, unlike the legacy established …

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