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WSU defensive line coach Joe Salave’a likely leaving for Oregon

There may still be some dollars to negotiate and HR paperwork to fill out, but with every passing day it appears more likely that Joe Salave’a is leaving Washington State to become the defensive line coach at Oregon under new coach Willie Taggart.

Whitman County prosecutor will not charge WSU’s Shalom Luani

Whitman County Prosecutor Denis Tracy has decided not to charge Washington State safety Shalom Luani in connection with a fight Aug. 24 at a Pullman Domino’s Pizza that left one man with a broken nose and Luani with a concussion.

Pullman Police chief denies Mike Leach allegations of profiling

The chief of police of this college town said he understands why Washington State coach Mike Leach may be frustrated with the number of assault investigations involving his players, but the chief denied that Pullman officers go out of their way to target Cougars.

WSU at Boise State: Players of the game

Jeremy McNichols has averaged more than two touchdowns per game in his career, and the playmaking running back was at his best against the Cougars.

WSU notebook: Grinch leaves the booth

Washington State defensive coordinator Alex Grinch took a more personal approach for his game-day duties during the Cougars game at Boise State on Saturday. The second-year assistant eschewed his usual spot in the booth and coached from the sidelines for the first time in his current position.

WSU-EWU notebook: Gabe Marks says team needs to find own identity

While fans are surely frustrated that the Cougars lost their second consecutive opener to a Big Sky opponent – and fifth consecutive opener overall – many will doubtlessly take solace knowing so many players return from the group that finished with a 9-4 record in 2015 despite the initial loss to Portland State.

Shalom Luani case still in police hands

A lengthy witness list likely means Washington State starting safety Shalom Luani will be waiting in legal limbo for at least a few more days.