The Spokesman-Review Newspaper
One perk that comes with qualifying for a bowl game is the “winter camp” that precedes it.
A week before its bowl destination was revealed, Washington State set a course for its future when Jake Dickert agreed to coach the Cougars for at least the next five years.
After two years apart, the Air Raid and Washington State are reuniting, but the Cougs’ second marriage to the offensive system is expected to differ from the first in some respects.
Minshew Mania is back, albeit temporarily.
Washington State caps its unique football season with a rare bowl rematch on New Year’s Eve.
Jake Dickert won the press conference Thursday in the same fashion he steered Wazzu to victory in last Friday's Apple Cup – not just convincingly, but to a degree beyond that of any Cougar football coach in memory.
According to multiple reports, Washington State will hire Nevada defensive coordinator Brian Ward for the same position with the Cougars next season.
Brothers Cade and Jack Beresford plan to transfer out of the Washington State football program, according to a report Wednesday from 247Sports.com.
Selection procedure limits the number of options available.
One of the highest-rated quarterback recruits ever to sign with Washington State’s football program, Cammon Cooper will likely leave Pullman having played in just six games since arriving in 2018.
Three Washington State football players were recognized for their efforts in returning the Apple Cup to Pullman.
SEATTLE – Travell Harris led a “Go Cougs” chant while perched on someone’s shoulders in the middle of a crimson swarm of over 1,000 that had blanketed the field at Husky Stadium.