WSU Cougars Newsletter


Washington State starts season in a rut

Offense came easy Thursday night as Washington State and Rutgers opened their 2014 football seasons at CenturyLink Field.

From right, Rutgers defensive players Johnathan Aiken, Justin Goodwin and Davon Jacobs celebrate Thursday after Aiken knocked the ball out of the hands of Washington State wide receiver River Cracraft, on ground, late in the fourth quarter  in Seattle. Rutgers beat the Cougars, 41-38.

Washington State Cougars two-deep roster

A breakdown of the Washington State Cougars’ football roster heading into the 2014 season.

Cougars need Halliday sharp in season-opener

At first glance it appears that two similar teams open their season at CenturyLink field in Seattle on Thursday. Rutgers University finished last...

Washington State's Connor Halliday (12) fakes the pass as he gets ready to hand the ball off to teammate Carl Winston (3) during the second half in an NCAA college football game against Arizona State Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012, in Tempe, Ariz.

Washington State’s game vs. Rutgers marks beginning of season, end of Cougar home games in Seattle

With the exception of 2010, Washington State has played one home game at CenturyLink Field every year since 2002. But the Cougars will not play a home game in Seattle next season, and it is unlikely WSU will cross the Cascade Mountains again unless...

Secondary is of primary concern for Rutgers

At a school where recent history has shown plenty of Rutgers defensive backs in NFL training camps, the Scarlet Knights struggled a season ago and are still untested this season — which suits Washington State’s passing attack just fine...