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  • Cougars bolster lines with 2013 recruiting class

    Mike Leach stood behind a podium a year ago and said more than a few nice things about the first class of football players to sign at Washington State during …


  • Wide receiver made more sense for WSU football recruit

    Vince Mayle figured he’d be a basketball player. The 6-foot-3, 220-pounder from Natomas, Calif., spent his first season out of high school as a member of the Shasta Community College …


  • WSU receiver Loftus arrested in Pullman

    Washington State receiver Drew Loftus was arrested early Friday morning after he allegedly tried to steal two bottles of tequila from the Dissmore’s grocery store on North Grand Avenue in …


  • WSU snags Yost to coach the slot

    College football: Washington State made the hire of inside receivers coach David Yost official on Friday. Yost, the former offensive coordinator at Missouri, fills the vacancy left by Eric Morris, …


  • Ryan Leaf kicked out of drug treatment center

    HELENA – Former NFL and Washington State quarterback Ryan Leaf has been moved from a drug treatment center to the Montana State Prison for threatening a staff member and violating …


  • Sparse Pac-12 home slate for Cougs

    Back-to-back road trips against traditional college football powers Auburn and USC await Washington State at the start of the 2013 season. Such quality opponents are absent from the Cougars’ home …


  • Investigation clears Leach

    PULLMAN – In a 34-page review more thorough than the internal investigation concluded by Washington State last month, the Pac-12 announced Tuesday that it did not find evidence to suggest …


  • Blanchette: Abuse in football commonplace

    The Pac-12’s drawn-out inquiry into the sketchy, and in some cases already recanted, indictments that Washington State football is a chamber of horrors presided over by the Marquis de Leach …


  • Pac-12 investigation clears Leach, staff

    The Pac-12 announced the findings of its nearly 2-month review of the Washington State football program on Tuesday, concluding that no evidence was found to suggest that coach Mike Leach …


  • Cougars add five football players

    The Washington State football team added five players Wednesday on junior college letter-of-intent signing day.


  • Tuel’s next move: NFL draft

    PULLMAN – Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel will no longer seek a fifth year of eligibility from the NCAA and will instead begin working toward an NFL career, Tuel confirmed …


  • WSU’s Tuel gives up NCAA appeal, will not return

    Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel will no longer seek a fifth year of eligibility from the NCAA and will instead begin working toward an NFL career, Tuel confirmed to The …


  • 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.


  • 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 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 …


  • 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 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 …


  • How they scored

    First quarter WSU 3, UW 0


  • 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.


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