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The top receiver in Washington State history came home for Homecoming.
Former Washington State players Gabe Marks and Robert Barber were not selected during the NFL draft, but the Cougars will still be able to prove themselves to NFL teams.
The two most prolific wide receivers in Washington State’s history’s paths have diverged since their college careers ended months ago, and they will continue to find their own ways to the NFL after this week’s draft.
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.
Although the Cougars won seven Pac-12 games, the conference coaches voted just four players on the All-Pac-12 first or second teams.
When No. 20 Washington State takes the field on Saturday against No. 12 Colorado in a game with enormous national implications, take a moment to consider how surreal that is.
Gabe Marks, Luke Falk and the rest of the Washington State offense knew that Marks needed just one more catch to become the Pac-12’s all-time receptoins leader when they took the field halfway through the fourth quarter of WSU’s 56-21 win over California.
Washington State enters Saturday’s late game against Oregon State on the cusp of many achievements.
Gabe Marks looked out over the Glenn Terrell Mall where about 20 College Republicans were erecting a wall to honor presidential candidate Donald Trump, and a great many more students were protesting in response, and pondered the oddity of the situation.
For the last year or so coach Mike Leach has only had one captain at Washington State: running back Jamal Morrow.
Gabe Marks started at wide receiver the first game of his freshman season, back in 2012 at BYU when both he and Mike Leach were brand new to Washington State.
It wasn’t just the blowout nature of WSU’s win over No. 15 Stanford on Saturday, although it certainly undeniably a beat down.
The Cougars can’t escape this game’s significance, try as they might to ignore it. Washington State coach Mike Leach does not have to dip deep into his bag of Leachisms to say that Saturday’s season opener is only important because it is the next game, and is equally as important as every next game that ever has been or will be.
Eastern Washington or Eastern Alaska, it's all the same to WSU receiver Gabe Marks.
Washington State's star wide receiver, Gabe Marks, fully participated in the Cougars practice on Thursday for the first time since suffering an undisclosed injury during practice on Aug. 8.
The star receiver returned to practice on Thursday.
For the last few years I have paid little attention to Mike Leach and his boorish antics and interviews. I pass him off as a person who projects a vast amount of egotism and little substance.
PULLMAN – Gabe Marks developed a cough. Specifically, he acquired Mike Leach’s cough, the one that only comes out in interviews.
The full transcript of the interview at the center of our recent Gabe Marks profile.
Gabe Marks held court at Pac-12 Media Days, and made sure to show a little love to his quarterback.