Cougs' depth at WR cushions loss of Norrell

WIDEOUT KEVIN NORRELL'S decision to not return to WSU -- confirmed Thursday evening by head coach Paul Wulff -- isn't great news for the Cougar offense. But a look at who's returning to the receiving corps -- and who's coming into the fold -- suggests that Jeff Tuel will have plenty of targets to choose from in 2010.
January 14, 2010

Wulff sees 'big jumps' in 2010 and beyond

WASHINGTON STATE COACH Paul Wulff held a wide-ranging season ending interview on Tuesday. He discussed rebuilding a program, added depth that he believes will go a long way in helping the program in 2010, the performance of his assistant coaches and much more.
December 1, 2009

Tuel, Nwachukwu ease back into practice

PULLMAN -- The Washington State Cougars held a football practice Monday, and the darndest thing happened. Two of WSU's best players -- get this -- actually got healthier and were able to rejoin their teammates on the practice field. And there was a ton of other news and notes coming out of Pullman today..
November 23, 2009

COMMENTARY: Wulff, players have had enough

ON TUESDAY, for the sixth time since spring, Paul Wulff effectively booted a player who would have started or played significantly for the Cougars this season. Wulff has had to clean house since he arrived in Pullman, but this latest incident around receiver Kevin Norrell is different.
September 9, 2009

Norrell miscue a Forzani opportunity?

PULLMAN–When one door closes, the saying goes, another one opens. And so it was Tuesday for Washington State's WR corps. On the same day the team's unity council, with Paul Wulff's approval, booted Kevin Norrell off the club for the rest of the season, Johnny Forzani returned from the foot injury that sidelined him for much of fall camp. By all accounts, the Canadian speedster looks 100 percent.
September 8, 2009

Wulff talks QB, Hawaii, more

KEVIN LOPINA WILL retain his starting position for at least another week. WSU coach Paul Wulff said during Tuesday's Pac-10 conference call that he felt Lopina managed the game better in Saturday's 39-13 season-opening loss against Stanford. Over on defense, a new face might see some time in reserve role. And a Cougar WR has reportedly been arrested.
September 8, 2009