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Wulff pleased after Cougs’ 1st practice

PULLMAN – If spring is the season of new, the first day of Washington State University spring football fit right in. New faces. New paces. New muscle. New hustle.

Wulff eager for next step

PULLMAN – Given the past two years, it wouldn’t be a huge surprise if some doubt had crept in for Washington State University football coach Paul Wulff. Three wins in …

WSU boots starting CB

Football: Starting cornerback Brandon Jones, arrested and charged with driving under the influence early Saturday morning by the Washington State University police, was dismissed from the team Tuesday. Football coach …

Broussard accepts position at ASU

PULLMAN – Steve Broussard, one of the most prolific running backs in Washington State University history and the school’s running backs coach for the past three years, has resigned to …

Cougars strike gold from GSL

PULLMAN – Washington State University announced the signing of 22 players to football letters of intent Wednesday, a number that was neither remarkable nor unexpected. But coach Paul Wulff’s third …

Cougars announce recruiting class

Just about everyone on Washington State’s commitment list signed National Letter of Intent on Wednesday.

Sports in brief: Three transfers enroll at WSU

Spring semester started at Washington State on Monday and with it came news for the football team.

WSU, EWU to meet in football

A source has confirmed that Washington State will play Eastern Washington in football in 2012.

Sankey kept home in mind

Gonzaga Prep junior standout running back Bishop Sankey won’t begin college until fall 2011. He didn’t think it was too soon to decide where he’s headed.

Sports in brief: Cougs open 2010 at Oklahoma St.

College football: Washington State will open the 2010 season in Stillwater, Okla., Sept. 4, against Oklahoma State, which is coming off a 9-4, Cotton Bowl season, according to the Pac-10 …

Former Coug player, aide returns to CFL as assistant

Mike Walker is starting to notice a trend. The Edmonton Eskimos newly named defensive line coach is back where he left off as a player – again.

Wulff expects tough times to pay off next year

PULLMAN – Former president Ronald Reagan used to tell a story about a young child and a large pile of horse manure. The parable, which had the child digging through …

Cool to snow, but Californian found traction in ‘Snow Bowl’

Now it can be told. The Apple Cup of 1992, the famed “Snow Bowl?” The game that ranks No. 1 in nearly every Washington State football fan’s heart, not simply …

Wulff laments missed chances

PULLMAN – As was the case for much of the Washington State University football season, the Cougars missed their opportunities Saturday against Washington in the Apple Cup. Well, maybe missed …

Washington’s shutout ends Cougars’ appalling season

SEATTLE – An Apple Cup game can alter a career. It can redeem a season. It can exhilarate or haunt. Or it can just be more of the same, a …

Hope for future: Young Cougs take turns stepping up

SEATTLE – As the 2009 season wound down, each week a different Washington State defensive player or two seemed to step up and have a career game. Against Oregon State …

How they scored

First quarter UW 3, WSU 0

Huskies win Apple Cup

Jake Locker threw for 196 yards and a touchdown and ran for another 94 yards and a score, and Washington posted its first shutout of rival Washington State in 45 …

Lifelong Cougar trades colors to build new legacy

PULLMAN – If there ever was a player born to be a Cougar football player it was Cameron Elisara. The son of Matt, a WSU defensive lineman, an All-Pac-10 selection …

Bit of crimson remains for Coug alum’s Husky brother

PULLMAN – This isn’t Desmond Trufant’s first Apple Cup. It’s just his first wearing purple. “I was at all of them my brother was in,” said the University of Washington …

Locker family deals with Apple Cup split

PULLMAN – Somewhere in Ferndale, Wash., there is a family tree with a huge crack down the middle. No matter. It’s being held together with a multi-colored scarf.

December date likely for next year’s Cup

PULLMAN – The 2009 Pac-10 football season could hold an unlikely distinction. It might be the last ever with the Apple Cup played in November. With the advent of the …

Ex-UW coach’s kid ready to make his own memories

PULLMAN – Of all the Apple Cups the Gilbertson family has been involved in – and there have been many, seeing Keith Gilbertson was 8-1 in nine games during three …

First look: WSU at Washington

Time: 3:30 p.m. Saturday. TV: FSN Site: Husky Stadium, Seattle

Wulff pleased with O-line’s performance against OSU

PULLMAN – As a former offensive lineman, Washington State University coach Paul Wulff appreciates good offensive line play. That’s why he found watching video of the Cougars’ 42-10 defeat to …

Oregon State 42, WSU 10

High point Though Dwight Tardy’s 1-yard scoring run gave Washington State University its lone touchdown, it was a defensive play that gave the Cougars hope. Oregon State had scored on …

Beavers wear down Cougars

PULLMAN – Talk about undermanned. The Washington State University Cougars went into Saturday’s Pac-10 Conference game against 20th-ranked Oregon State with 13 scholarship players on defense in uniform.

WSU loses home finale

Sean Canfield threw for 231 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 20 Oregon State beat Washington State 42-10 on Saturday to keep its Rose Bowl hopes alive.

Backups add needed support for Cougs

PULLMAN – Playing college football isn’t easy. It’s a tough, grueling sport that demands dedication year-round. Summer sweating is followed by the bruises of fall. Winter conditioning begets spring practice. …

First look: Oregon State at WSU

Time: 2 p.m. Saturday. TV: None Site: Martin Stadium, Pullman