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Washington State University Cougars Football
Kyle Sweet was throwing footballs when he arrived at Santa Margarita High School in 2011. By 2012, he was catching them. Now he’s punting them.
Kyle Sweet was throwing footballs when he arrived at Santa Margarita High School in 2011. By 2012, he was catching them. Now he’s punting them.
 

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Fri., Aug. 18, 2017, 3:53 a.m. | Search


Washington State’s offense hits on all cylinders during first scrimmage

Washington State receiver C.J. Dimry, shown during the 2017 Crimson and Gray game, was on the end of a number of passes on Friday night during a scrimmage at Martin Stadium. (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)
Luke Falk and his stable of rangy wideouts hummed from start to finish, James Williams made a few long, winding runs to the end zone and throughout a 90-play exhibition at Martin Stadium on Friday night Washington State’s top offensive unit gave fans a glimpse of just how potent it has the chance to be this fall.

Washington State football walk-on DeRider awarded surprise scholarship

Washington State linebacker Nate DeRider (54) earned a full scholarship during a team meeting Friday night. (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)
There’s now a good-sized list of Washington State Cougars who’ve joined Mike Leach’s program as long-shot walk-ons and performed well enough to warrant a full scholarship. Once upon a time, that was quarterback Luke Falk. After him, nickel Parker Henry. The latest? Linebacker Nate DeRider.

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