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When Lincoln Victor announced plans to transfer from the University of Hawaii last month, many pegged Washington State as a potential landing spot for the wide receiver.
A worldwide pandemic wiped away plenty of sports in eastern Washington.
We'll begin with a qualifier: it probably isn't worth drawing too many conclusions, if any, from Washington State's four-game 2020 football season.
Nick Rolovich wasn't able to swing all four, but batting .250 in the Sewell household is nothing to be ashamed of either.
It's the same approach Washington State would apply to any football game: if you have to start slow, make sure you finish strong.
The 2021 recruiting cycle has come with unprecedented obstacles for college football programs all over the country. For most, the weight of those obstacles will be lifted on Wednesday – at least to some extent – when high school and junior college prospects are allowed to sign letters of intent as part of the early signing period.
There’s a good chance a handful of Washington State football players will escape the cold of Pullman for warm-weather locales like California, Arizona or Texas next week.
Over the course of the next two or three weeks, a few dozen seniors will be informing head coach Nick Rolovich and his Washington State staff of their intentions to play football for the Cougars in 2021.
Vinny Passas has mentored all the great quarterbacks that have come through Honolulu's Saint Louis High School – the ones whose names end with Gesser, Chang, Arceneaux, Masoli, Mariota, Tagovailoa, Cordeiro and, most recently, de Laura.
The regional stay-at-home order revealed by California Governor Gavin Newsom Thursday could take effect at some point in the next few days, but as of now Washington State's football game at USC on Sunday doesn't appear to be in grave danger as a result of the state's new health and safety measures.
With all the adversity 2020 has offered, it still feels as though Washington State and USC have a mountain to climb before they can play a football game this Sunday.
Washington State held football practice Wednesday afternoon.
For the third time in less than a month, somebody expected to sign with Washington State in the class of 2021 has decommitted from the Cougars and opened his recruitment.
Two weeks ago, Washington State coach Nick Rolovich was still reveling in his first victory as a Pac-12 football coach when he stepped up to the virtual Zoom podium at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, approximately 20 minutes after the Cougars' 38-28 win over Oregon State.
Times are a changing at Washington State. It’s 2020, what else do you expect?
The headline came from a 2014 article in Grantland, depicting the inevitable demise of an offensive system that kicked around for a number of decades, changed the way many looked at football, but never had the stamina or substance to grab a permanent seat in the NFL, let alone grow in popularity at the college level.
Washington State will have yet another first-year football coach this season: former Hawaii head coach Nick Rolovich.
Nick Rolovich's announcement of Jayden de Laura as Washington State's starting quarterback took away some of the anticipation when it came to the release of the Cougars' first depth chart.
These may not have been the circumstances, but two years ago Nick Rolovich probably envisioned Jayden de Laura starting – and starring – in his run-and-shoot offense when he offered the young quarterback a scholarship at the University of Hawaii, three months before de Laura played his first varsity game at Honolulu powerhouse Saint Louis.
The unknowns still outweigh the certainties on Washington State's football team one week before the season opener against Oregon State next week, but now that the Cougars have officially turned the page from preseason camp to game prep week, we can say with some confidence we know more about Nick Rolovich's football team than we did on Oct. 2.