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  • Playing in Seattle mixed bag for Cougars

    PULLMAN – Connor Halliday is nothing if not honest. So when the Washington State quarterback was asked what he thought about playing Saturday’s home game against Oregon at CenturyLink Field …


  • Cougars have mixed reactions about Seattle game

    PULLMAN – Connor Halliday is nothing if not honest. So when the Washington State quarterback was asked what he thought about playing Saturday’s home game against Oregon at CenturyLink Field …


  • First look: Oregon vs. WSU

    Location: CenturyLink Field in Seattle Time: Saturday,


  • Long, Cougars rank among sack leaders

    PULLMAN – It might be overshadowed by the doom and gloom surrounding Washington State’s disastrous 35-34 loss to Colorado on Saturday. But just four games into the season, the Cougars …


  • High-flying Ducks up next for Cougs

    PULLMAN – It doesn’t get any easier from here. Washington State’s most lamentable issues the past three weeks have involved attitude, complacency and an inability to blow opponents away when …


  • Cougars prepare for powerful Oregon

    PULLMAN – It doesn’t get any easier from here. Washington State’s most lamentable issues the past three weeks have involved attitude, complacency and an inability to blow opponents away when …


  • Blanchette: One rude awakening for Cougs

    PULLMAN – Maybe this will be looked back on as the epiphany, the catalyst for glory, the jolt desired but previously unrequited in the first 300 days of the Mike …


  • Buffaloes bounce Cougars with fourth-quarter rally

    PULLMAN – As the first Washington State player to take the podium following Saturday’s faceplant, cornerback Daniel Simmons took a crack at explaining exactly why the Cougars repeatedly fail to …


  • Cougars notebook: Goetz answers the call

    PULLMAN – Mike Leach doesn’t discuss injuries with reporters, and there was no official reason given for the departure of right tackle Wade Jacobson from Washington State’s 35-34 loss to …


  • Christian Caple’s Keys to the WSU Game

    What went right The Cougars were efficient on offense in the first half, led by quarterback Connor Halliday’s three touchdown passes to Gabe Marks, Marquess Wilson and Isiah Myers. Halliday …


  • WSU v. Colorado statistics

    For 09-23-2012


  • WSU v. Colorado: How they scored

    FIRST QUARTER WSU 7, Colorado 0


  • Close win probably not enough for Cougars

    PULLMAN – It might have been easy to forget, considering the various frustrations that resulted from Washington State’s first three football games of the 2012 season. But keep in mind …


  • 2 Minute Drill

    1 No more explosives. That’s been a popular buzzword for WSU coaches this season, especially in reference to the Cougars’ defense. They allowed too many big plays last week and …


  • WSU athletic director Moos moves ahead with plans

    PULLMAN – DirecTV isn’t on board with the Pac-12 Networks yet. And while Washington State athletic director Bill Moos doesn’t understand why, he knows the lack of an agreement with …


  • Cougars seek breakout game against Colorado

    PULLMAN – It might have been easy to forget, considering the various frustrations that resulted from Washington State’s first three football games of the 2012 season.


  • Embree keeps Buffaloes engaged in dismal times

    In the wake of a 69-14 loss to Fresno State, Colorado football coach Jon Embree declared that his players, owners of a 0-3 record after three games against non-BCS schools, …


  • Blanchette: Injury report hubbub a real pain

    Ankles barking again today. Doc says arthritis may be carrying those precincts.


  • Colorado comes to WSU with 0-3 record

    In the wake of a 69-14 loss to Fresno State, Colorado coach Jon Embree declared that his players, owners of a 0-3 record after three games against non-BCS schools, are …


  • Pac-12 football picks

    Good thing these lines are only for entertainment purposes, eh? Picked eight winners last week out of 10. Not bad. Went 0-7 against the spread. Very bad. It gets trickier …


  • WSU’s Gauta provides extra boost on defensive line

    PULLMAN – First, the pronunciation should be clarified. Ioane Gauta has heard so many inaccurate renditions of his first and last names that he’s instructed folks to just call him …


  • Gauta makes a name for himself with Cougars

    PULLMAN – First, the pronunciation should be clarified.


  • Pac-12 football coaches debate injury reports

    Years from now, perhaps Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez will be lauded as an innovator.


  • First look: Colorado at Washington State

    Time: 1 p.m. Saturday, Martin Stadium TV: FX


  • Even Cougs not told who’ll start

    PULLMAN – As the public waited to find out who Washington State’s starting quarterback would be on Friday against UNLV, so too did Connor Halliday. But he had a pretty …


  • Halliday’s effort creates QB competition at WSU

    PULLMAN – What happened in Las Vegas won’t stay there when it comes to Washington State’s quarterback competition. And yes, it’s probably safe to call it that now.


  • Halliday’s winning result complicates Cougs’ QB situation

    PULLMAN – What happened in Las Vegas won’t stay there when it comes to Washington State’s quarterback competition.


  • Washington State has to shuffle its line

    LAS VEGAS – Washington State was down an offensive lineman against UNLV here on Friday. Dan Spitz, a redshirt senior who started the team’s first two games at right tackle …


  • One step at a time

    LAS VEGAS – Mike Leach is talking about different aspects of his Washington State football team, but he’s saying the same thing. Over and over, he’s saying the same thing.


  • Halliday throws four TD passes in WSU victory

    LAS VEGAS — Mike Leach is talking about different aspects of his Washington State football team, but he’s saying the same thing. Over and over, he’s saying the same thing.

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