Washington State University HEADLINES
PULLMAN — Recent game film of first-year Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall actually playing quarterback is not plentiful.
PULLMAN — Legendary broadcaster Bob Robertson isn’t leaving Washington State’s radio booth, but there will be someone else calling play-by-play during football games this season.
PULLMAN — All that sprinting Washington State’s defense has done between plays at practice this week is intended to serve a purpose greater than simply preparing for the Aug. 31 season opener at Auburn.
PULLMAN — There is no position group on Washington State’s football team that has better experienced the tumult of the Cougars’ past three seasons than the secondary.
PULLMAN — In the same breath admitting his bias, Washington State defensive line coach Joe Salave’a, a former NFL pro in the trenches, calls WSU’s defensive front “the heart and soul” of the unit.
PULLMAN — Washington State redshirt freshman cornerback Rahmel Dockery has left the team and will “make other plans,” coach Mike Leach said.
PULLMAN — Life after Marquess Wilson doesn’t seem as if it will be an issue for Washington State’s receivers. Then again, they did get a head start.
An accurate gauge of Washington State’s run-game futility last season is provided at the bottom of the national NCAA rushing rankings, where WSU is listed as the worst rushing team in the country.
Connor Halliday isn’t shy about speaking his mind, so it’s noteworthy that the redshirt junior quarterback is mostly saying all the things Washington State University football fans want to hear.
LEWISTON, Idaho – Lightning streaked through dark skies in the distance as Mike Leach spoke with reporters Sunday afternoon, the Washington State coach answering questions about the Cougars’ first scrimmage of preseason camp.
LEWISTON – Connor Halliday didn’t dare allow himself to get excited about the short practice Washington State had scheduled for Saturday.
LEWISTON, IDAHO — Darryl Monroe’s credibility as an orator has landed him regularly in front of TV cameras and in the ears of his teammates, and it is in these ways the sophomore linebacker continues to establish himself as one of Washington State’s most outspoken leaders.
LEWISTON, Idaho — Sullen expressions and fits of frustration can accompany position changes for college football players this time of year.
LEWISTON - Once a youngster collecting autographs from Jason Hill and Michael Bumpus, John Thompson got a productive taste Wednesday of what it’s like to catch passes in Washington State’s offense.
LEWISTON, Idaho – It isn’t enough for Daquawn Brown that in the third practice of his collegiate football career he was already taking reps with the No. 2 defense at cornerback.
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