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Willie Taylor III finds himself at a new position for Washington State this fall. It’s probably best he doesn’t get too comfortable.
Terrell Bynum can do so much more than catch. Take it from Jason Negro. Or the Mater Dei Monarchs.
Klay Thompson took a break from his main priority this offseason – rehabilitating a torn ACL – to fulfill the last wish of a Golden State Warriors fan facing Stage 4 breast cancer.
Two years ago, even as Mike Leach attempted to keep the nature of Washington State's quarterback competition close to the vest, it wasn't a major surprise when Gardner Minshew trotted onto the field to take the first snaps of the season in Laramie, Wyoming.
Let’s call it the Edefuan Ulofoshio Effect.
Jahad Woods had one of the most impressive statistical feats by a Washington State football player not named Anthony Gordon last season, registering 141 tackles in 13 games.
In assessing the qualities he’s seeking in the next Washington quarterback — a four-man battle that will obviously play a huge role in determining the Huskies’ success in 2020 — new offensive coordinator John Donovan kept coming back to one factor.
As the NCAA moves toward landmark changes that will empower athletes more than ever, the next big debate within college sports is on the horizon: How to reform and restructure Division I?
A former four-star cornerback who planned to join Stanford’s football team before the school sought out information about his involvement as a witness in a police investigation is now at Washington State as a walk-on, a source close to the program confirmed to the The Spokesman-Review.
From 2013-16, the boys basketball team at Archbishop Murphy High mirrored a revolving door, with three head coaches in four years.
In any other year, the first week of basketball practice would involve knocking off rust that playing pickup games won’t scour away and working with coaches to intentionally shape a team and identify and focus on goals for the season ahead.
Basketball-centric Spokane was saddened by the loss of the 2020 NCAA Tournaments in March, slated for men's games at the Spokane Arena and women's games at Gonzaga if not for the nation's coronavirus shutdown.
There’s more happening on Montlake than a quarterback competition.
If Washington State's basketball team isn't able to improve on a 6-12 record in Pac-12 Conference play from last season, it probably won't be because the Cougars are repeatedly losing battles in the low post.
College basketball takes another step forward Wednesday with men’s and women’s teams holding their first official practices.
The return of football isn’t likely to make a dramatic dent in the losses athletic departments across the Pac-12 will ultimately incur because of the coronavirus pandemic.
It may not be that Nick Rolovich didn’t understand the premise of the question. He just didn’t agree with it.
Spencer Rattler threw a 25-yard scoring pass to Drake Stoops in the fourth overtime, and Oklahoma survived a late rally from No. 22 Texas in regulation for a 53-45 victory Saturday in Dallas as a most unusual version of the Red River rivalry ended with familiar dose of drama.
It may be harsh, it may be strange, it may be uncomfortable. Ultimately, it's the reality Liam Ryan and his Washington State teammates face as they approach arguably the most obscure college football season since the sport's inception in 1869.
Put the ball down. But first, eat breakfast.