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  • Cougar defense impressive against Stanford

    STANFORD, Calif. – Stanford’s power running game didn’t look the part against Washington State on Saturday. Or maybe the Cougars really have improved that much on defense, as they limited …


  • Christian Caple’s Keys to the WSU-Stanford Game

    What went right The offense and the defense, in tandem, for the first time this season. Jeff Tuel helped WSU overcome 10 sacks by completing 43 of his 60 pass …


  • WSU QB aware of Cardinal pass rush

    STANFORD, Calif. – Washington State’s football coaches are running out of superlatives. Before the Cougars last suited up on Oct. 13, linebackers coach Jeff Choate said WSU would be facing …


  • Cougars keep eyes on Cardinal defensive front

    STANFORD, Calif. – Washington State’s football coaches are running out of superlatives.


  • Blanchette: It’s the season for tricks or tweets

    John Blanchette @JPBlanchette Coach Mike Leach has banned Washington State’s football players from Twitter. #ProblemsBabeHollingbery Didn’tHave


  • Cougars look for extra kick from running game

    PULLMAN – Nobody runs the ball as little as coach Mike Leach’s Washington State team.


  • Stanford’s Taylor steams toward another 1,000-yard season

    Stepfan Taylor’s first encounter with a yoga mat was in high school, when he and some friends chose to investigate a class being taught at a local gym. No sweat, …


  • Legal experts concerned about Leach’s decision to ban players from using Twitter

    Coach Mike Leach’s decision to ban his players from using Twitter raises concerns about prior restraint and free speech, two legal experts said Wednesday. “You cannot create a prior restraint …


  • Taylor gives Stanford great flexibility

    Stepfan Taylor’s first encounter with a yoga mat was in high school, when he and some friends chose to investigate a class being taught at a local gym.


  • Leach bans players from tweeting

    PULLMAN – Just one week after players were instructed by a professional about the dangers of social media, Twitter is no more for the Washington State football team. The decision …


  • WSU football players banned from Twitter

    PULLMAN – Just one week after players were instructed by a professional about the dangers of social media, Twitter is no more for the Washington State football team.


  • WSU at Stanford

    Time: 3:15 p.m. Saturday, Stanford Stadium TV: Pac-12 Networks


  • Leach got Cougs’ attention, then let players rest on it

    PULLMAN – By now, Washington State’s practice last Tuesday has become the stuff of legend. Or at least the stuff worthy of discussion six days later.


  • WSU offense benefits from extra work

    PULLMAN – By now, Washington State’s practice last Tuesday has become the stuff of legend. Or at least the stuff worthy of discussion six days later. “I’ve seen it every …


  • Four players leave WSU’s football team

    Four more players have left Washington State’s football team. The school confirmed Wednesday that sophomore receiver Blair Bomber, sophomore defensive back Matthew Simmons, freshman defensive back Spencer Waseem and freshman …


  • Pac-12 football picks

    Excuse me for gloating, but … I’m going to gloat. How can I not, after last week’s 6-0 straight-up? Let’s see if we can keep it going this week. All …


  • Leach to receivers: Catch the ball!

    PULLMAN – It’s been a familiar refrain so far this season for Washington State coach Mike Leach. He’s said on several occasions that his team isn’t tough enough. Sometimes mentally. …


  • Leach to receivers: Catch the ball!

    PULLMAN – It’s been a familiar refrain so far this season for Washington State coach Mike Leach. He’s said on several occasions that his team isn’t tough enough. Sometimes mentally. …


  • Cougs hope to use bye to get healthy

    PULLMAN – Washington State heads into its bye week wounded. There are some injuries for the Cougars to deal with, too.


  • Cougars hope time will heal

    PULLMAN – Washington State heads into its bye week wounded. There are some injuries for the Cougars to deal with, too. Add up the physical and mental toll absorbed by …


  • Cougars remain winless in Pac-12

    PULLMAN – Fans didn’t learn much by gazing at the primary scoreboard in Martin Stadium on Saturday, because technical difficulties meant that only the video screen was functioning properly. No …


  • WSU quarterback situation remains muddled

    PULLMAN – There is still little resolution to Washington State’s quarterback situation. After throwing two interceptions in the first 8 minutes of Saturday’s game against California, WSU sophomore quarterback Connor …


  • Christian Caple’s Keys to the Cal-WSU Game

    What went right Jeff Tuel led the Cougars on three scoring drives and he provided a little more consistency at the quarterback position after relieving Connor Halliday in the first …


  • Cal vs. WSU Statistics

    For 10-14-2012


  • Cal vs. WSU: How they scored

    First quarter Cal 7, WSU 0


  • Blanchette: Enthusiasm is Leaching away now

    PULLMAN – Next at Washington State University: Empty Corpse Bobblehead Night. Having exhausted the giddy buzz of a rock-star hire, whatever “whoa” jolt was felt from his recent trashing of …


  • Cougars prepare for up-and-down Cal QB

    PULLMAN – There are varying opinions of California quarterback Zach Maynard. As in: Your opinion may vary depending upon which of his games you watch. Last week against UCLA? Not …


  • Cougars hope to catch Cal’s Maynard on down day

    PULLMAN – There are varying opinions of California quarterback Zach Maynard. As in: Your opinion may vary depending upon which of his games you watch.


  • Simone now a cool cat

    PULLMAN – Call it Gino Simone’s senior moment. He was slogging through the final year of his Washington State career. Playing time was sparse. And the Sammamish, Wash., native decided …


  • WSU’s Simone takes step forward as senior

    PULLMAN – Call it Gino Simone’s senior moment.

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