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  • Pritchard’s QB instincts aid WSU defense

    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 here by …


  • Coug receivers get extra practice in wind, hail after scrimmage

    PULLMAN – If they weren’t going to catch passes during the scrimmage, they were at least going to catch them afterward. Washington State’s receivers had a rough start to Saturday’s …


  • Coug receivers get extra practice in wind, hail after scrimmage

    If they weren’t going to catch passes during the scrimmage, they were at least going to catch them afterward. Washington State’s receivers had a rough start to Saturday’s live, full-contact …


  • Palacio holding fast in bid for starting spot for Cougars

    PULLMAN – More than a year ago, defensive coordinator Mike Breske sat in his office and rattled off the physical attributes possessed by each of the four high-school linebackers Washington …


  • WSU’s Dockery gets hang of position switch

    PULLMAN – Enough was enough, Rahmel Dockery thought. He decided he was just about done. Done with trying to play cornerback when he wanted so badly to play receiver. Done …


  • WSU’s Dockery gets hang of position switch

    Enough was enough, Rahmel Dockery thought. He decided he was just about done. Done with trying to play cornerback when he wanted so badly to play receiver. Done with trying …


  • Leach scraps scrimmage, but Cougars get valuable work done anyway

    PULLMAN – An announced scrimmage didn’t occur at Martin Stadium on Saturday afternoon, as Washington State’s football team instead simply went through a normal practice. The Cougars originally planned to …


  • Blanchette: Hanson put his best foot forward

    Before he was pro football’s most underappreciated kicker for the game’s most appreciation-resistant franchise, Jason Hanson apprenticed for the job at Washington State University. There was little competitively to recommend …


  • Leach scraps scrimmage

    An announced scrimmage didn’t occur at Martin Stadium on Saturday afternoon, as Washington State’s football team instead simply went through a normal practice. The Cougars originally planned to run 110 …


  • Hanson ends NFL career after 21 years

    Jason Hanson wanted to keep on kicking. His body told him to stop. The Detroit Lions kicker is retiring after 21 NFL seasons, announcing his decision Thursday. The 42-year-old Hanson …


  • WSU’s Dahl a welcome interloper on offensive line

    PULLMAN – Considering how excited Clay McGuire was last season about Joe Dahl’s potential, it can’t really be considered a surprise that Dahl finds himself in the mix for playing …


  • Dahl gaining notice at WSU

    Considering how excited Clay McGuire was last season about Joe Dahl’s potential, it can’t really be considered a surprise that Dahl finds himself in the mix for playing time along …


  • Marks making mark at WSU

    PULLMAN – There are a few different tactics you can use, Gabe Marks explains, though he typically opts for the standard finger-roll. It’s his go-to celebration in practice. The Washington …


  • Cougars receiver Lewis impresses Leach

    PULLMAN – So loquacious is Mike Leach that he’s sure to have a clever way to describe the game of freshman receiver Robert Lewis, a slight, super-quick athlete who’s been …


  • Cougar receiver Lewis impresses Leach

    So loquacious is Mike Leach that he’s sure to have a clever way to describe the game of freshman receiver Robert Lewis, a slight, super-quick athlete who’s been working into …


  • WSU linebacker has appetite to excel

    PULLMAN – The biggest adjustment for Ivan McLennan at Washington State so far doesn’t necessarily involve X’s and O’s, though the junior-college transfer has a ways to go before he …


  • McLennan growing into role at WSU

    PULLMAN – The biggest adjustment for Ivan McLennan at Washington State so far doesn’t necessarily involve X’s and O’s, though the junior-college transfer has a ways to go before he …


  • There’s strength in numbers on ‘O’ line

    PULLMAN – There is a whiteboard in the room where Washington State’s football offensive linemen meet. And the numbers written on it might mean a little more during this year’s …


  • Gauta ‘totally new guy’

    PULLMAN – Ioane Gauta arrived here last fall weighing 320 pounds. He started every football game of 2012 at 305 pounds. Now he’s a svelte 286, not far from his …


  • Guata, WSU linemates, prepping hard in offseason

    Ioane Gauta arrived here last fall weighing 320 pounds. He started every game of 2012 at 305 pounds. Now he’s a svelte 286, not far from his weight during his …


  • A feeling of comfort despite weather

    PULLMAN – The most rousing play on an afternoon that featured jarring winds, snow flurries and sunshine – just a normal spring day on the Palouse – came near the …


  • Cougs’ depth puts spring in Leach’s step

    The battle for playing time on the offensive and defensive lines might be more intriguing than at any other position this spring, if coach Mike Leach’s assessment is accurate. The …


  • More depth means more position battles for Cougars

    The battle for playing time on the offensive and defensive lines might be more intriguing than at any other position this spring, if coach Mike Leach’s assessment is accurate.


  • Yost likes chance to learn on Coug football staff

    When Washington State begins spring football practices on Thursday, there will be an unfamiliar face on the offensive coaching staff. But you’ll probably notice his hair first, anyway.


  • Yost likes chance to learn on Coug football staff

    When Washington State begins spring football practices on Thursday, there will be an unfamiliar face on the offensive coaching staff. But you’ll probably notice his hair first, anyway.


  • WSU QB takes his best shot

    PULLMAN – Jeff Tuel spent six weeks in Orlando, Fla., recently, living and training with former teammate Marquess Wilson and former Eastern Washington receivers Brandon Kaufman and Greg Herd. The …


  • WSU bars Marquess Wilson from its pro day

    The mantra faces its ultimate dilemma here, it seems. How does it go? Once a Coug, always a Coug?


  • WSU bars Wilson from its pro day

    Marquess Wilson, Washington State’s career record-holder for receiving yards, is preparing for the NFL draft and hoped to bolster what he felt was a successful showing at the NFL scouting …


  • WSU hires Wilson as linebackers coach

    PULLMAN – Washington State filled the last of its two coaching vacancies on Wednesday, officially announcing Ken Wilson as the team’s new linebackers coach. Wilson, who spent the previous 23 …


  • Blanchette: Sweeney kept perspective and humor

    In his retirement, Jim Sweeney gazed out over the landscape of college football and saw it dotted with his coaching children. Dennis Erickson, Mike Price, Joe Tiller, Jeff Tedford – …

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