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WSU football: Turnovers key to Alex Grinch’s defense

PULLMAN – A collection of loud roars emerged from the west end zone inside the towering shadow of the Cougar football complex. Senior linebacker Jeremiah Allison came away with the football during team red-zone drills near the end of practice, prompting defensive players in white jerseys to party like they’d just came away with a game-clinching fumble recovery in the Apple Cup.

WSU releases spring roster and depth chart

From Pullman -- Washington State will hold the first of its 15 spring football practices on Thursday, continuing every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The Crimson and Gray game will be held at Spokane’s Joe Albi Field on Saturday, April 26 at 1 p.m. and spring...

Coug receivers get extra practice in wind, hail after scrimmage

PULLMAN – If they weren’t going to catch passes during the scrimmage, they were at least going to catch them afterward. Washington State’s receivers had a rough start to Saturday’s live, full-contact scrimmage, struggling at times amid biting winds and occasional hail to hold onto the football.

Cougs’ depth puts spring in Leach’s step

The battle for playing time on the offensive and defensive lines might be more intriguing than at any other position this spring, if coach Mike Leach’s assessment is accurate. The quarterback position isn’t exactly settled, either.

Yost likes chance to learn on Coug football staff

When Washington State begins spring football practices on Thursday, there will be an unfamiliar face on the offensive coaching staff. But you’ll probably notice his hair first, anyway.

Yost likes chance to learn on Coug football staff

When Washington State begins spring football practices on Thursday, there will be an unfamiliar face on the offensive coaching staff. But you’ll probably notice his hair first, anyway.

Cougar learn simplicity of passing game

PULLMAN – Before the Air Raid revolution at Washington State, it would have been a sin for a receiver to miss any part of the quarterback’s play-call in the huddle. “Last year, there was a lot more wording in the plays and whatnot,” said sophomore receiver Kristoff Williams. “They would have a line call. The signals were a lot longer.”