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The 2019 Crimson and Gray Game was a fine preview trailer for the 5,059 fans that attended, but it was also much more than a football showcase.
Trey Tinsley and Anthony Gordon faced off on Saturday in the Crimson & Gray game, with Gage Gubrud looming on the sidelines. One of those three players will be the Cougars starter under center to begin the 2019 season.
Will Rodgers III will be one the players anchoring WSU’s pass-rush in 2019, and Saturday’s spring scrimmage offered a glimpse of how effective that could be this the fall. One year after it paced the Pac-12 with 38 sacks, Tracy Claeys’ defense rang up seven touch sacks with 10 tackles for loss and two quarterback hurries.
For anyone hoping to unearth some clues about the quarterback competition at Washington State, and where it stands through 14 of 15 spring practices, Saturday’s spring scrimmage was awfully helpful – if not somewhat conclusive.
Washington State brought its spring scrimmage home this year, hoping to pipe in the same atmosphere the Cougars get six or seven times at Martin Stadium every fall.
SWX's Femi Abebefe talked with the voice of the Cougars Matt Chazanow ahead of Saturday's annual Crimson & Gray game which will be held down at Martin Stadium for the first time since 2010.
WSU will use the spring scrimmage as a platform to promote suicide prevention and mental health awareness – two areas near and dear to Cougar players and fans following the suicide of quarterback Tyler Hilinski in January.
In a perfect world, Washington State coach Mike Leach would’ve split his offensive linemen into two even teams for Saturday’s Crimson and Gray game at Joe Albi Stadium.
Six players took snaps Saturday afternoon at Joe Albi Stadium, but when Mike Leach was asked which of his quarterbacks had the most impressive Crimson and Gray Game, the multiple-choice question was raised under the premise that the Cougars’ coach would probably choose A) Trey Tinsley or B) Anthony Gordon.
Rodrick Fisher’s football-playing career in Spokane didn’t technically end last November when his East Valley Knights cruised past North Central 34-17 in a nonleague game at Joe Albi Stadium.
As the Cougars prepare for the Crimson and Gray game, we take a look at five (six, actually) players who could break out Saturday afternoon at Joe Albi Stadium in Spokane.
In Saturday’s Crimson and Gray game, Trey Tinsley and Anthony Gordon will both have the opportunity to do something that isn’t guaranteed for either after the annual scrimmage at Joe Albi Stadium. That is, start at quarterback for the Washington State Cougars.
A full transcript from this morning's live chat about the upcoming Crimson and Gray spring game in Spokane.
The Crimson and Gray game will be held in Spokane at 1 p.m. on April 21 – the second-to-last official spring practice for the Cougars, who close three days later with a 3:30 p.m. workout in Pullman.
Spring football doesn’t provide answers, only suggestions. Saturday’s details likely suggested to the hopeful Albi crowd -- the school said 7,135 made it inside -- that a bigger, better and (need it be said?) happier bowl experience awaits in 2017. But the answers won’t come until fall -- and not in those first five weekends of home games that will test everyone’s tailgating stamina.
Luke Falk displayed the calm demeanor and patient precision that have become his trademarks while guiding Crimson to a 35-10 victory over Gray during Washington State’s spring game on Saturday at Albi Stadium.
Even with certain scrimmage restrictions making evaluation difficult, the Washington State defensive line showed itself to be a fast, tenacious unit during the Cougars’ Crimson and Gray game on Saturday.
Just about 4 p.m. on Friday afternoon the trailers started rolling in.
Washington State’s coaches did their best to create even teams for Saturday’s Crimson and Gray game, splitting the starters.
Mike Leach used to let his assistant coaches hold a draft to select sides for spring games.