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Five players from the Greater Spokane League and Inland Empire League are in NFL training camps working toward the goal of sustaining an NFL career. They are: Central Valley’s Austin Rehkow and Will Davis, Shadle Park’s Jake Rodgers, Coeur d’ Alene’s Josh James and University’s Joe Dahl.
With the 151st pick in the NFL draft, the Detroit Lions selected former University High and Washington State University offensive lineman Joe Dahl.
Here's what Joe Dahl said immediately after being drafted.
Washington State offensive lineman Joe Dahl was selected by the Detroit Lions with the 151st pick in the NFL draft.
As the NFL draft buzz crescendos to a fever pitch, Joe Dahl, who has worked for years to bring himself to this moment, hunkers down at his parent’s home in Spokane and waits for it to all be over.
While Andre Dillard is telling reporters after football practice how great Washington State’s first two spring practices have been, how excited he is to compete for the starting left tackle spot and what an honor it is to be considered, a protein shake mysteriously appears in his left hand.
Thanks to Washington State’s success during the last football season and the return of established stars, it is reasonable to assume quite a bit of football surrounding the spring football practices that will serve as a first glimpse at what should be a highly anticipated 2016 season.
Former Washington State left tackle Joe Dahl is in Indianapolis participating in the NFL Scouting Combine.
As the band played and the fans cheered Washington State’s 20-14 Sun Bowl victory over Miami, senior offensive linemen Joe Dahl and Gunnar Eklund paused to soak it in.
Football players like WSU’s Joe Dahl are often noted for their conflicting dual personalities because it strikes people as odd that a person who is so polite and smiles so freely in his daily life is able to be successful in a sport in which stars are so often the biggest, the meanest, the most violent.
The Associated Press released its All-Pac-12 team on Friday and the Cougars fared pretty well.
Washington State left tackle Joe Dahl has accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl.
Despite missing Washington State's final four games of the 2015 season, left tackle Joe Dahl was named a Second Team All-American by USA Today Tuesday morning.
PULLMAN — Washington State's offensive success during the 2015 season was hardly a surprise to the Pac-12 coaches who went against the Cougars. The coaches named three WSU players First Team All-Conference on offense, more than any conference opponent other than No. 7 Stanford, who had four.
Don’t count on Luke Falk playing against Washington in the Apple Cup in Seattle on Friday.
Some very public, very controversial officiating decisions have gone against the Cougars in recent games, with the freshest being an apparent fumble in last week’s game against Stanford that video evidence suggests should have resulted in WSU ball.
Much of the hope heading for Washington State heading into the season was based on the assumption the Cougars would field a stellar offensive line.
Joe Dahl is the left tackle who protects his quarterback’s blindside, a role that combines the trope of an offensive lineman’s gritty anonymity with the celebrity of collectively understood importance to his team’s success. He is the local boy who grew to love football during Washington State’s heyday in the early 2000s, memorizing names like Brink and Gesser and Trufant.
This is the fourth of eight previews looking at WSU’s position-by-position prospects for the upcoming season. Today: Offensive line. Thursday: Running backs. PULLMAN – Cole Madison spent the 2014 season figuring out how to use his talent.
LOS ANGELES – Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez did an admirable job warming up the crowd, calling out the Pac-12 hosts on their gaudy 100th anniversary décor and saying that “cold beer, lemonade or Bacardi and Coke” would be more refreshing than an experienced quarterback. Rodriguez drew laughs and added life to a typically monotonous event that was noteworthy this year only for the lack of news it produced. But during the second day of Pac-12 Media Days he was still simply the undercard, and Washington State’s Mike Leach was the main event.