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Among the lesser and self-evident lessons from our ongoing limbo is just how much sports can be missed when they’ve been furloughed.
Former Hawaii wide receivers coach Andre Allen has accepted the same position on Nick Rolovich’s staff at Washington State, multiple sources confirmed to The Spokesman-Review.
Gardner Minshew was as good as any rookie quarterback in the NFL. Running back Leonard Fournette had a career year. And second-year pro DJ Chark became a weekly threat to defenses. It wasn’t enough to save John DeFilippo’s job.
It was an exhilarating weekend for the area’s college football teams. Washington State College rolled roughshod over the University of Idaho, 37-0. A Spokesman-Review correspondent in Pullman said that Idaho was “outplayed and outgeneraled at every stage of the 21st annual football game between the two teams.”
Surrounded by a semicircle of his relatives and friends, Gardner Minshew sat back against a folding chair on the lower concourse of NRG Stadium and replayed the events that led to a gutting 13-12 loss for the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday afternoon against the Houston Texans.
A proposal that aims to slow the graduate transfer market could be a mixed bag for local college football and men’s basketball programs.
It sounds as if Mike Leach and athletic director Pat Chun are going to the mattresses to try to rub out the Barzinis, Tattaglias and Cuneos -- otherwise known as Florida, LSU and Penn State – muscling in on what they believe to be Washington State’s New Year’s bowl turf.
Injuries pummeled the Pac-12 Conference in 2018 and it’s safe to wonder if the league would’ve put on a slightly better show during bowl season had a few key players avoided the long-term ailments that kept them off the field a majority of the year.
Washington State coaches tried a new strategy for pushing Nnamdi Oguayo to new heights – they demoted him.
Tracy Claeys may not even need to dial up a three-and-out to win over his first crop of Washington State football fans.
An otherwise dim offseason for the Washington State football team was offered a short window of relief in late January.
For an unpadded, initial workout, Washington State University’s first spring football practice Thursday had a fair degree of game-like real conditions – if the game were one of those miserable, late November, stormy Apple Cups.
The annual predraft ritual of weighing, measuring, running, bench pressing and position drills brought scouts from most NFL teams to Pullman in what offensive lineman Cole Madison acknowledged was a “meat show,” but one he said the players make the most of.
When Travis Long talks about the Philadelphia Eagles, he still uses the first-person plural. As in, “We had some good people.”
The portrait of Tyler Hilinski that emerged at his funeral Saturday at Damien High in La Verne, California, was that of a caring and sensitive young man who drove his teammates on Washington State’s football team to counseling sessions and spoke to his high school-aged younger brother over the phone every day.
When the Associated Press published its postseason All-Pac-12 Conference teams in early December, Hercules Mata’afa left such an impression on voters that many of them gave him extra credit.
It was a couple of weeks ago in a TV interview here that Mike Leach claimed to have booted wide receiver Tavares Martin Jr. from Washington State’s football roster “because he created drama.”
For Washington State fans who wear that underdog mentality against the Huskies like a badge of honor, you’ve just met your match.
The food was better at this year’s Michigan State football banquet. So was the morale.
Stanford playing football in the snow is rare – even more rare than a lackluster day from electric Cardinal running back Bryce Love.