WSU Cougars Newsletter


WSU spring football: RB Keith Harrington impresses, but must become more consistent

Flashes and bursts are the images most appropriately associated with the inconstant nature of freshman running back Keith Harrington, whose coaches are annoyed by his inconsistency, but beguiled by his unpredictable running style.

Cougars plan to go under center ocassionally this year

Washington State, known for its strictly shotgun Air Raid offense the past few years, will mix it up this season and go under center.

WSU spring football: Cougars find punting alternatives

The group that special teams coach Eric Mele cobbled together for the sake of getting through drills — and compete to start next season — includes the team’s kicker, a linebacker and a Jugs machine.

WSU spring football: Competition the focus of Cougs camp

Washington State faces far more uncertainty position-wise than last spring, and maybe that’s a good thing.

WSU spring football: Cougars want faster defense

New Cougars defensive coordinator Alex Grinch is busy molding his players to fit his new defensive scheme.

Washington State linebacker Jeremiah Allison (8) says the Cougars are physically strong enough on defense but need to get faster.