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  • Morris returns to Texas Tech

    Washington State inside receivers coach Eric Morris is headed back to his alma mater.


  • Coaches were not abusive to players, WSU says

    PULLMAN – Following a review of the Washington State University football program, athletic director Bill Moos found “no report or detection of abuse or inappropriate behavior” by coach Mike Leach …


  • WSU clears Leach of any abuse or impropriety

    Following a review of the Washington State football program, athletic director Bill Moos found “no report or detection of abuse or inappropriate behavior” by coach Mike Leach or his staff …


  • Leach not worried about review

    PULLMAN – With the confidence of a man convinced of his innocence, Mike Leach told reporters during his end-of-season press conference Wednesday that former receiver Marquess Wilson has “basically recanted …


  • Leach not worried about review

    With the confidence of a man convinced of his innocence, Mike Leach told reporters during his end-of-season press conference Wednesday that former receiver Marquess Wilson has “basically recanted everything he’s …


  • Apple Cup win great, but changes coming for Cougs

    PULLMAN – The RVs still sat in Washington State parking lots Saturday, some fans still reveling in Friday’s 31-28 win over Washington in another Apple Cup for the ages. The …


  • Cougars returning most of young, promising roster

    The RVs still sat in Washington State parking lots Saturday, some fans still reveling in Friday’s 31-28 win over Washington in another Apple Cup for the ages.


  • How they scored

    First quarter WSU 3, UW 0


  • Blanchette: No matter past or future, win will be savored

    PULLMAN – Retailers can market the day as they see fit. But anyone who saw the 105th Apple Cup knows how it will be forever remembered. It was Whack Friday.


  • Cougars defense turns in ringing performance

    PULLMAN – Logan Mayes calls him “our bell cow.” But when Washington State linebacker Travis Long was sidelined by injury, it was Mayes’ time to answer the bell in the …


  • Trickery backfires on Huskies

    PULLMAN – The Washington Huskies have pulled it before, drawing Stanford offsides on third-and-short to pull out a big win earlier this season. Not this time.


  • Cougars pull off Apple Cup upset

    PULLMAN – Somewhere, lost blissfully in the din of Martin Stadium’s makeshift outdoor party on Friday afternoon, Logan Mayes knows there was a child smiling ear-to-ear. That was Mayes not …


  • Game balls all around for never-say-die seniors

    PULLMAN – His 6-foot-4 frame hunched over a pair of crutches, Travis Long was a spectator for Washington State’s 31-28 victory over Washington in another thrilling Apple Cup. It was …


  • Blanchette: No matter past or future, win will be savored

    Retailers can market the day as they see fit. But anyone who saw the 105th Apple Cup knows how it will be forever remembered. It was Whack Friday.


  • It was raining flags on Huskies

    The Washington Huskies have pulled it before, drawing Stanford offsides on third-and-short to pull out a big win earlier this season. Not this time.


  • Cougar defense helps ring up a victory

    when Washington State linebacker Travis Long was sidelined by injury, it was Logan Mayes’ time to answer the bell in the Apple Cup.


  • WSU notebook: Game balls all around for seniors

    His 6-foot-4 frame hunched over a pair of crutches, Travis Long was a spectator for Washington State’s 31-28 victory over Washington in another thrilling Apple Cup.


  • Cougars pull off improbable Apple Cup upset

    Somewhere, lost blissfully in the din of Martin Stadium’s makeshift outdoor party on Friday afternoon, Logan Mayes knows there was a child smiling ear-to-ear.


  • Long may be missed Friday, but certainly in future

    PULLMAN – With a trip to the postseason already out of the question and only pride left to play for in his team’s finale, Travis Long rallied the troops. “We’re …


  • Blanchette: This Apple Cup no doorbuster

    It’s Apple Cup Satur … uh, Friday. Just what fan demographic do you suppose they were targeting with this “Eureka!” moment? Guys desperate to get out of Black Friday maneuvers …


  • Cougar coaches buy in to rivalry

    PULLMAN – The dark stripes of black paint gracing the cheeks of Mike Breske and Eric Russell were evidence enough that there’s just something different about this week. This time …


  • Blanchette: A rivalry with history

    It’s John O’Bryan’s where-were- you-when-you-heard-the-news moment. Just about everyone collects them, for events life-changing and tragic and joyous – and yet not all that often in sports because, well, nowadays …


  • Cougar coaches buy in to rivalry

    The dark stripes of black paint gracing the cheeks of Mike Breske and Eric Russell were evidence enough that there’s just something different about this week.


  • Bishop Sankey doesn’t hear talk about changing commitment

    If there actually is a bulletin board in Washington State’s football locker room, and if motivational material is indeed posted there, you will not find any bearing the name of …


  • We’re left to wonder: What if Price had stayed?

    When the old Pacific-10 Conference held its annual football media briefing and cocktail-a-thon in the summer of 1992, Mike Price wandered into the hospitality room, poured two glasses of wine, …


  • Halliday, Long may sit out Apple Cup

    PULLMAN – With Connor Halliday absent from practice Monday night, Washington State football coach Mike Leach said senior quarterback Jeff Tuel will “probably start” Friday in the Apple Cup. Another …


  • Making a plan for life

    PULLMAN – When the man in the gray sweat suit speaks, others listen. He is engaged in conversation with an older man on the second floor of The Bookie, Washington …


  • Halliday, Long may miss Apple Cup

    With Connor Halliday absent from practice Monday night, Washington State coach Mike Leach said senior quarterback Jeff Tuel will “probably start” Friday in the Apple Cup. Another senior leader for …


  • Then & Now: Derek Sparks gives back

    hen the man in the gray sweat suit speaks, others listen. He is engaged in conversation with an older man on the second floor of The Bookie, Washington State’s student …


  • QB starter up in air for Cougs in Apple Cup

    Maybe Washington State has a post-Thanksgiving surprise in store for the Apple Cup. Mike Leach said Sunday afternoon that he hasn’t decided yet who will start at quarterback for the …

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