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MONDAY, OCT. 4, 2010

Ducks next up for WSU 19 

COUGARS • UPDATED: 10 A.M.; 2:30 P.M. We got up early to watch the Ryder Cup, which means I'm already hoarse. But instead of yelling at Stewart Cink for missing putts, we decided to get our morning post done. Read on. UPDATE: Though this weekend's...

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SUNDAY, OCT. 3, 2010

WSU's loss in Pasadena, the morning after 27 

COUGARS After watching the Cougars' offense almost do enough to overcome a UCLA rushing attack that covered more ground than Patton, we left the Rose Bowl and caught the second half of a Division III football game. But we still have more thoughts on Washington...

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SATURDAY, OCT. 2, 2010

Not a lot of time left by WSU kickoff 10 

COUGARS It's game day in Southern California – or SoCal as the hip and informed call it – which means we have a lot of items related to Washington State's battle with UCLA in the Rose Bowl. Well, maybe a lot is stretching it. Read...

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FRIDAY, OCT. 1, 2010

WSU headed to LA 14 

COUGARS It's late, I know, but that's what happens when you have to catch a couple early flights to Los Angeles. Whoever scheduled both Washington State and UW in Los Angeles the same weekend probably got a little kickback from Alaska Airlines. Anyhow, we have...

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THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 2010


Wednesday morning WSU links 

COUGARS By definition this isn't an Indian summer, because we never really had a freeze. But it is summer in early fall, which might be the best time of the year in the Palouse. The days are warm, the nights cool and football is being...

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 28, 2010

MONDAY, SEPT. 27, 2010

A long, long Monday WSU post 

COUGARS We're having some Internet problems at Casa Grippi, so the usual (virtual) trip around the West Coast is taking almost as long as a real one. So our morning post is not going to be filled with as many nuggets as usual. What the...

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SUNDAY, SEPT. 26, 2010

Eaton leaves WSU football 19 

COUGARS • UPDATED: 8:25 P.M. A quick post on the departure of graduate assistant Chad Eaton from the Washington State program. Read on for an unedited version of our story. UPDATE: We also have our follow on the USC game on the link.

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WSU's loss to USC, the day after 19 

COUGARS Get a cup of coffee. Grab a Danish. Strap yourself to your chair. There's a lot to cover this morning, and we're not just talking about the rest of the Pac-10. We're talking about Washington State's debacle yesterday against USC and the rest of...

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SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 2010

USC thunders WSU 

COUGARS Early in the week, it was hard to see this one coming. But as the day dawned today it finally hit me that Washington State was playing a team with a bunch of horses up front, horses that haven't played all that well. Well...

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USC leads WSU 28-13 at half 

COUGARS A quick halftime post, with WSU trailing USC 28-13. The Trojans have 312 yards of total offense in the first half despite trailing by 5 minutes in time of possession. USC has 11 plays of more than 10 yards. The Cougars are moving the...

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 24, 2010

Despite travails, USC is still USC 

COUGARS You know, even though the last six months haven't been kind to the University of Southern California football program, in a lot of ways USC is still USC. There is a cachet to the name, a ring to it. Say it just right and...

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