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One of the most robust pipelines in the college football coaching world is the one that exists between the golden wheat fields of the Palouse and the evergreen forests of the Willamette Valley.
The exodus of five Washington State assistant coaches was a well-documented scene from the Cougars’ dramatic offseason, and the head coaches who poached three of those assistants joined the WSU boss for Wednesday’s Pac-12 Media Day festivities in Hollywood.
One of the longest-tenured assistant coaches on Mike Leach’s staff, Jim Mastro leaves Pullman after five years of reshaping and rebuilding WSU’s run game – often the lost dimension of Leach’s pass-based Air Raid offense.
December has always been a key month on the recruiting calendar and now it’s an essential one for college football coaches across the FBS landscape.
Cougars running backs coach Jim Mastro talks about the early signing period and preparing for the Holiday Bowl.
With a 28-0 win over Colorado on Saturday in Pullman, Falk secured his 25th career victory and moved past Jason Gesser to become the winningest quarterback in school history.
WSU’s running backs coach, Jim Mastro, talks about his relationship with quarterback Luke Falk.
Washington State running backs coach Jim Mastro talks about the game against Nevada and previews Friday’s matchup with USC.
Colin Kaepernick is still out of work and that’s a hard pill for many fans to swallow – including two Washington State assistants who remain close to the ex-San Francisco 49er.
Cougar running backs coach Jim Mastro talks about the first game of the season after practice Wednesday.
When you exit the stairwell on the fifth floor of Washington State’s football operations building, hang a quick right and follow the wide, carpeted hallway until you reach a dead end. It’s the last room on the right. There’s a placard on the door that reads “running backs.”
It only took one minute for Jim Mastro to break the mold. The Washington State running backs coach has always preferred to recruit a certain type of player – big, fast backs who can outrun a defense after they have exhausted the defenders with physical play.
Colin Kaepernick was one of the most explosive players Jim Mastro ever coached during 10 seasons at Nevada. The current WSU running back coach then coached running backs and quarterbacks for the Wolf Pack, and grew particularly close to Kaepernick’s family.
Running backs coach Jim Mastro gives the scoop on his position group.
When watching a Washington State football practice, one is quick to notice that the running back making the most explosive plays also seems to be getting the most corrections from his position coach.
Running backs coach Jim Mastro talks about James Williams' development and different learning styles.
Jim Mastro talks about UCLA and WSU freshman running back James Williams.
Running backs coach Jim Mastro after Thursday's practice.
Running backs coach Jim Mastro talks about Jamal Morrow's big game against Oregon.
This is the fifth of eight previews looking at WSU’s position-by-position prospects for the upcoming season. Today: Running backs. Friday: Wide receivers. PULLMAN – Washington State’s running backs would not do well to be greedy this season, although the prize they share is not as small as commonly thought.