WSU Cougars Newsletter

 

Cougars’ Allison gets a rude reception in Seattle

Adorned in his “crimson gear,” WSU linebacker Jeremiah Allison later snubbed by Huskies friends after a Cougars Apple Cup victory

Linebacker Jeremiah Allison still has emotional scars from his rude treatment he suffered from Huskies players after the Cougars’ Apple Cup win in 2012, and he can’t wait for a little payback in Pullman on Saturday.

Connor Halliday leaves a remarkable example, high marks for future WSU quarterbacks to pursue

Halliday never won as many games as Jason Gesser and probably won’t be drafted early in the first round like Drew Bledsoe, Jack Thompson and Ryan Leaf, but he has the all-time school records for passing yards (11,304) and touchdowns (90). ...

WSU quarterback Luke Falk has already passed big tests

When Luke Falk found out that the football coaches at Idaho no longer considered him worth one of their scholarships, he felt too ashamed to tell his parents.

Ex-WSU defensive back Jordan Simone clicks with Arizona State

For a year Jordan Simone stood in the stands watching the Sun Devils play like any regular student, trying to convince those around him that, yes, he actually was a member of the team.

Cougars: Competition fierce among WSU defensive players

Nobody’s starting job is safe at Washington State, though Wilson High grad Xavier Cooper is one of the few Cougars to start every game on defense...

Washington State defensive tackle Xavier Cooper, left, a graduate of Wilson High School, has started every game for the Cougars this season. He’s one of the few defensive players to do so as competition for starting spots can change each week.
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