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As we deliver the mailbag to you this morning, the equipment staff at Washington State is polishing helmets, pumping air in footballs and making last-second accommodations as the Cougars prepare to open preseason camp in Pullman.
While we wait for the 2020 season to start – that is, wait to hear if it will start – we figured now was as good a time as any to revisit the predictions made in August. No prizes for those of you who were right, just scathing reviews for those who were wrong.
In the final mailbag of WSU’s football season, the calendar year and the decade, we discuss four-year quarterback starters at WSU and if the Cougars will have another, we estimate how many yards Air Force will rush for at Chase Field in Phoenix and we talk briefly about the defensive coordinator situation in Pullman, offering a few names who might fill the void once bowl season is over.
Between preparing your Thanksgiving feasts and calming your Apple Cup nerve – both time-consuming activities this week every year – a handful of you still took the time to tweet in, or E-mail in, questions for our final regular season edition of the Washington State mailbag. For that, I’m thankful.
There’ll be plenty of time to talk bowls, so let’s focus on a more immediate and pertinent issue: the Cougars’ 2020 quarterback competition. In this edition of the mailbag, I handicap the QB race for next fall, I predict who will be starting in the secondary against Oregon State and I offer some insight on Anthony Gordon’s NFL Draft stock.
In this week’s mailbag, we look back at a 33-20 loss to the Golden Bears and why a couple of Pac-12 teams pose bigger defensive problems to the Cougars than others. We also tackle Leach-to-Arkansas rumors, evaluate Anthony Gordon and spend a second or two on the officiating blunder heard round the conference.
Will Washington State’s lastest quarterback commit stay crimson? Will the Seminoles phone Mike Leach? And what’s up with Dominick Silvels and Dillon Sherman? We tackle all of the above in the latest WSU mailbag.
From tight ends and Wazzu-themed Halloween costumes, to Justin Herbert and defending the Air Raid, we visit a handful of topics in this week’s edition of the Washington State mailbag – some much more random than others.
In this week’s mailbag, we tackle the defense (duh), provide some thoughts on Connor Halliday’s account of why defensive coordinator Tracy Claeys resigned and tell you how Mike Leach decides to receive the ball or defer if the Cougars win the pregame coin toss.
Many of you submitted questions inquiring about potential defensive personnel changes at Washington State in the wake of Tracy Claeys’ resignation. The Cougars, in releasing an updated depth chart Monday, answered those before I could, elevating two backups into starting roles and moving two other starters into positions they’d not been playing previously.
In this week’s mailbag, we discuss Washington State’s morale coming out of the first loss of the season, how the depth chart looks after four weeks and what the Cougars can do to attack the Utes and get their Pac-12 season back on track.
In this week’s mailbag, I talk about the true freshman linebacker, why he’s been able to dazzle the first two weeks of the season and what his role might look like Friday against Houston. In addition, we examine the Cougars vs. Cougars matchup in more detail, assess WSU’s tackling woes and address the Pat Chun-to-USC rumors.
In this week’s mailbag, I address how viewers at home can watch the Cougars this Saturday against Northern Colorado (some of you won’t be able to), Jahad Woods’ status/potential replacement and how WSU’s wide receiver corps stacks up against the highly-touted wideout group down at USC.
Rather than ask you for your #CougQuestions this week, we made a check at the line of scrimmage, changed the play and asked you instead submit your #CougPredictions. You make your bold assertions or predictions about the 2019 Washington State football team, we tell you whether you’re right or wrong.
Once the season starts, the mailbag will come out at some point in the middle of the week. You’ll be able to submit your questions on Twitter by using #CougQuestions, or shoot me an E-mail at email@example.com, using the subject line “Coug Questions.”