WSU Cougars Newsletter

 

Wins are scarce for WSU Cougars, but so are blowout losses

The Washington State Cougars may not be on pace to win as many games as last season, but they’ve had chances to win in many more.

Washington State Cougars coach Mike Leach looks on in the first quarter of the Sept. 27 game at Utah.  “We’ve just got to get older and learn from playing,” he says.

Pac-12 outcomes might disprove home-field advantage

Is home-field advantage real? Road teams have gone 14-4 in Pac-12 conference play this year despite often entering the game as considerable underdogs...

Arizona linebacker Cody Ippolito (57) and the Wildcats upset the second-ranked Ducks in Eugene, Ore., on Oct. 2. A road team winning is commonplace this season in the Pac-12.

Cougars, Bears meet in battle of aerial attacks

California-Washington State will be decided by whichever team throws the ball best — and whoever does will have a great case for being recognized as the best passing offense in the country.

Healthier, improved Cal hopes to enact revenge on WSU beatdown

The University of California football team that travels to Pullman on Saturday looks far more improved than the one that lost 44-22 last season ... ...

California sophomore quarterback Jared Goff (16) has thrown 17 touchdowns and only three interceptions so far this season.

Washington State’s Air Raid hosts Cal’s Bear Raid on Saturday

California coach Sonny Dykes was a co-offensive coordinator under Washington State caoch Mike Leach at Texas Tech — but still expect a few ...

Dykes, middle, was a wide receivers coach and co-offensive coordinator under Leach at Texas Tech. Dykes was hired at Cal last year.
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