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Fans hoping to sneak an early look at Nick Rolovich’s football team may now have to wait until September.
One day after it was learned that Washington State’s Pat Chun had interviewed for Northwestern’s vacant athletic director position, it appears the Wildcats are planning to go in a different direction.
Weeks after his name surfaced in the search for Kansas’ vacant athletic director position, Pat Chun is apparently being targeted by another Power Five school.
Max Borghi had a fairly good sense of where he’d be playing football this fall long before the Washington State running back provided social media confirmation to a fanbase nervously waiting on pins and needles.
Washington State football coaches weren’t necessarily sweating bullets, but the biggest news story out of college sports Thursday was understandably a positive development for the Cougars.
Jarrett Guarantano’s getting the hang of the playbook, asking the right questions and progressively growing into a leadership role at Washington State – something he acknowledges will take time, and more important than time, trust.
While only a few white clouds hung over an otherwise blue sky in Spokane, the conditions 75 miles south in Pullman were more erratic Saturday and prompted Washington State to call an audible as the Cougars prepared for the first live scrimmage of spring football camp.
One of the top scorers in Division I basketball is headed to Washington State for his final year of eligibility.
PULLMAN – When Donovan Ollie was asked to describe himself earlier this week in a postpractice Zoom call, the Washington State wide receiver was soft-spoken, short-winded and right to the point.
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.
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.
If it's hard to remember the last time Washington State began a football camp without a quarterback competition as the most compelling storyline, that's because it hasn't happened in earnest since the fall of 2017, when Pac-12 career passing leader Luke Falk returned for his fourth year as the Cougars' starter.
Nick Rolovich’s first spring camp as Washington State’s head football coach was over before it could start because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ayden Hector's career with the Washington State football team appears to be over after just three games.
Despite a report indicating he'd become a candidate for the vacant athletic director job at the University of Kansas, Washington State's Pat Chun has not interviewed for the position and doesn't intend to, a source with close knowledge of the situation confirmed to The Spokesman-Review on Tuesday.
Washington State is still just two weeks removed from a loss to Arizona State in the Pac-12 Tournament, but the Cougars are already busy on the transfer market, building and shaping the team that will take the floor in 2021-22.
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.
It's where Kamie Ethridge manufactured many of her best memories as a basketball player.
WSU women play University of San Francisco in a first round NCAA game.
In many ways, a historic season for the Washington State women has been defined by the moments that comprised it.