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Wednesday, October 21, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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WSU players of the game

Luke Falk has played superbly throughout Washington State’s seven-game winning streak, but he has never been better than he was on Saturday against Arizona.

Freshmen Molton, Martin give WSU needed depth

PULLMAN – The ingredients for significant improvement are typically found in a football team’s own garden. Players get bigger and stronger, bonds between teammates become more cohesive and coaches become better able to translate their desires into execution during games. Significant changes to either players or coaches often do little more than reset progress, and getting younger is a move that usually takes time to pay dividends.

Freshmen Molton, Martin give WSU boost

The ingredients for significant improvement are typically found in a football team’s own garden. Players get bigger and stronger, bonds between teammates become more cohesive and coaches become better able to translate their desires into execution during games.

WSU position preview: Wide receivers

This is the sixth of eight previews looking at WSU’s position-by-position prospects for the upcoming season. Today: Wide receivers. Saturday: Special teams. PULLMAN – Losing the most productive receiver in school history would be a problem for most college football programs.

Cougars reload at receiver

Losing the most productive receiver in school history would be a problem for most college football programs. For Washington State, it might be the only way to free up enough catches for everybody.