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Wisconsin transfer running back Nakia Watson announces commitment to Washington State

Washington State is expected to return one of the Pac-12’s top backfields this fall with Max Borghi and Deon McIntosh, but the depth at the running back position appeared to be murky after that, especially if the two players who combined for 80% of the team’s rushing yards last year decide to leave at the end of the 2021 season.

Washington State brings high energy, effort to first spring football practice

In shorts, jerseys and helmets, football players can only suggest how they will play at full speed in pads. But other characteristics can be revealed, especially on a team that underperformed last fall and has something to prove, and Nick Rolovich was pleased with what he saw from Washington State following the first day of spring practice.

Forever Enshrined in Indy

From the Indy 500 Museum to the Indiana Hall of Fame to the NCAA Hall of Champions, the Spokane area is well represented. Driver Tom Sneva, former Gonzaga basketball star Maria Stack and Eastern Washington football (2011) and WSU basketball (1917) all are permanently displayed alongside other legends of sports. In addition, former Zag Domantas Sabonis’ face is prominently featured around Indianapolis, where former EWU basketball star Rodney Stuckey played three seasons and ex-Cheney High lineman was a No. 2 pick of the Indianapolis Colts.