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However he managed to get under Mike Leach's skin over the years in Apple Cup after Apple Cup, Jimmy Lake surely wasn't afraid to crib a little strategy from the man upon becoming a head coach himself.
College football coaches habitually say their depth chart is written in sand. It’s often a way of keeping competition alive between players, even if some are notably more talented than others.
A look at each of the Cougars six known opponents this fall.
The blueprint behind The Hotline’s predictions is easy to spot if you’ve scrutinized each team’s coaching staff and depth chart.
Prior to the pandemic, the Pac-12 was positioned to have eight bowl partners for the 2020-21 postseason cycle.
Washington State will have yet another first-year football coach this season: former Hawaii head coach Nick Rolovich.
No matter what else Washington State does this season, the Cougars should be able to run the ball well, especially behind the right tackle, and put three points on the board whenever they're remotely in field goal range.
The potential Big Ten game of the year lost some luster last week.
"Coach (Mark) Few always says it, there’s this huge learning curve that you have to go through,” senior forward Corey Kispert said.
Throughout its franchise history, the Seattle Seahawks have never started a season 5-0.
Lane Kiffin gets the chance to snap one of the more interesting streaks in college football.
If not an insult, it was at least an indignity – not that Pete Carroll would necessarily cop to personalizing it in such a way.
For the first time in 20 years, the Seattle Mariners will begin a season without Ichiro Suzuki or Felix Hernandez on the opening day roster.
Gonzaga knows what’s coming next: bruises.
New year, new concert calendar. No matter your genre of choice, Spokane’s winter concert lineup has got you covered.
For last Monday’s practice, Mt. Spokane coach David Pratt finally had his entire squad together for practice for the first time this preseason. All was right with the world.
If Mt. Spokane is fortunate enough to make another trip to the state title game – as they did last year with a senior-laden squad – they will most likely find a familiar face waiting for them.
High-powered Eastern Washington has recently embarrassed some of the Football Championship Subdivision’s worst defenses.
Idaho has two games remaining to validate a season that has come up short on expectations.
The Gonzaga coaching staff will be doing some cramming this weekend.