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Gerhart transcends football

PULLMAN – There’s no doubt that Ralph Waldo Emerson’s wisdom is taught at Stanford. And it sure seems like Toby Gerhart took the class. After all, the famous transcendental poet …

First look: Stanford at Washington State

Time: 3 p.m. Saturday. TV: FSN

Wulff says Lopina will start Saturday

PULLMAN – The identity of Washington State University’s starting quarterback in the season opener against Stanford? Coach Paul Wulff answered that question Sunday. It will be senior Kevin Lopina.

Steady as he goes

PULLMAN – Paul Wulff hasn’t wavered. Not even after last season’s 2-11 record, a record that might even have been better than it really was considering his Cougars lost those …

No decision on QB for Cougs

PULLMAN – Washington State University held its final scrimmage of fall camp Friday. Like most every scrimmage, nothing was decided. But the word nothing held more significance than usual.

WSU snapper Enyeart something special

This is the final position preview of Washington State University’s 2009 football team. Today: Special teams. PULLMAN – Like all long snappers, Washington State University’s Zach Enyeart would just as …

Coug DBs new and improved

This is the seventh of eight position previews of Washington State University’s 2009 football team. Today: Defensive backs. Friday: Special teams. PULLMAN – It might be easier to dwell on …

For whom the bell cow tolls

This is the fourth of eight position previews of Washington State University’s 2009 football team. Today: Offensive line. Tuesday: Defensive line.

Race still on to be Cougs’ starting QB

This is the third of eight position previews of Washington State University’s 2009 football team. Today: Quarterbacks. Monday: Offensive line.

New generation

This is the second of eight position previews of Washington State University’s 2009 football team. Today: Receivers. Sunday: Quarterbacks PULLMAN – Jared Karstetter looks around the practice field and notices …

Montgomery, Tardy head WSU running game

This is the first of eight position previews of Washington State University’s 2009 football team. Today: Running backs. Saturday: Receivers

Cougars take advantage of Martin turf

PULLMAN – The students have been moving into the dorms at Washington State University this week, and the school is starting to awake from its summer slumber. In that spirit, …

Cougars’ practice heats up

PULLMAN – Two practices. Two different emphases. One productive day. That was the Washington State University Cougars’ goal Tuesday as they went through their third two-a-day of fall camp.

Injuries stirred interest in medicine

PULLMAN – If college is truly a training ground for the rest of your life, Ed Tingstad’s most important classes were held in the training room. You know, the place …

Levenseller leaving WSU

PULLMAN – Sunday wasn’t a day of rest for the Washington State University football team. It was a day of change.

Wulff pleased with scrimmage

PULLMAN – Like a coin rolling over and over in midair, there are always two sides to an intrasquad scrimmage. But as far as Washington State football coach Paul Wulff …

Eyes on WSU QB battle

PULLMAN – When two or three players battle to win the starting left cornerback spot in fall camp, most college football fans yawn. When another duo vies to be the …

Cougs’ huddle history

PULLMAN – As Washington State University’s hopes for a winning 2008 football season slipped away last year, nothing was buried more quickly than the commitment to the no-huddle offense. Injuries, …

‘Track guy’ catches at WSU football camp

PULLMAN – The pass was low and a bit to the inside. No matter. Jeshua Anderson went to the turf, got his hands low and scooped it in. Ten-yard completion. …

Wulff returns to pack

PULLMAN – Paul Wulff returned to Washington State University’s football practice Wednesday. It rained. He denied any correlation. “It’s great to be back,” Wulff said after the wet morning practice, …

Shoulder pads bring intensity; Wulff will rejoin Cougs today

PULLMAN – No matter how many hours a college football coaching staff plans and prepares, there are always surprises when practice starts. Some are pleasant, some disappointing.

Cougs sport new look for fall

PULLMAN – It’s hard to miss. After an offseason spent sweating and straining, there is a new look to many of the Washington State University football players.

Cougars dismiss Ivory

PULLMAN – Senior running back Chris Ivory was dismissed from the Washington State University football team following practice Monday. Ivory, who attended the season-opening practice Sunday but was absent Monday, …

WSU mantra: Time for toughness

PULLMAN – It’s hard to believe there could be a college football season much tougher than the one Washington State University endured last year. And, to ensure it doesn’t happen …

Plenty of changes for Cougs

PULLMAN – There will be a new look for Washington State University’s football team when practice begins this morning at 9. It doesn’t have much to do with uniforms, though …

Chris Ball tackles a higher role

PULLMAN – Chris Ball is ready for his starring role. With Washington State University football coach Paul Wulff sidelined by an NCAA-mandated suspension, the Cougars’ assistant head coach and co-defensive …

QB or not QB, that is the question

PULLMAN – With exactly one week before fall football camp starts, Washington State coach Paul Wulff has yet to decide the starter for the Cougars’ most important position. “We do …

Felony charges dropped against WSU’s Justin

Felony possession of stolen property charges against Washington State sophomore cornerback Tyrone Aire Justin were dropped Friday during a scheduled pretrial hearing.

Media poll: Trojans, of course

LOS ANGELES – This is getting to be redundant. The media covering Pac-10 football has picked the conference champion correctly each of the past nine years. Of course, the media …

Alfred expects renewed vitality

LOS ANGELES – Kenny Alfred had some time on his hands. Washington State University’s center wasn’t able to practice last spring, a victim of a sore right hip that demanded …