Are Atofau, Barrington done as Cougars?

PULLMAN -- Paul Wulff was succinct Monday when asked about the status of vocal leader Jamal Atofau and academically ineligible Andre Barrington following the arrest of the two roommates for a marijuana grow operation.
October 12, 2010

Two Cougs in trouble with law

PULLMAN -- A pair of Cougar footballers are in trouble with the law, having been arrested for an alleged marijuana grow.
October 11, 2010

Carpenter adjusting quickly to life at safety

PULLMAN – Anthony Carpenter, now back at safety from the corner spot, is making his presence known over the back 40, and turned in the hit of the day on Wednesday. Meanwhile, three freshmen were in running with the 1's at linebacker, but will that be the case Saturday? And oh by the way, let's not forget about the offense.
October 7, 2010

Cougs eye changes to defense, kicking game

AFTER WATCHING his team allow more than 500 yards in total offense -- and many big plays -- on Saturday for the third time in five games, Washington State head coach Paul Wulff said during his Sunday teleconference that changes to the starting lineup likely are coming.
October 3, 2010

PHOTO SAFARI: Strap on the pads

PULLMAN -- We're just 18 days away from the Cougs' opener with OSU, and fall camp is really heating up. And we're pointing the CF.C lens at Daniel Simmons, Eric Oertel, Andrew Roxas, Gino Simone, Brandon Rankin, Anthony Carpenter, Isiah Barton, Jeffrey Solomon, Travis Long, Jeff Tuel, Jamal Atofau, James Montgomery, Brandon Golden, Marquess Wilson, Marshall Lobbestael, Micah Hannam and more.
August 17, 2010

Kevin Kooyman's Diary: Week Three

PULLMAN -- We invited Idaho and Eastern over on Sunday for some 7-on-7 competition. And I have news, notes and insights on the day's events including plays from Tyree Toomer, Terrence Hayward, David Gilbertson, C.J. Mizell, Jamal Atofau, Daniel Blackledge, Jeffrey Solomon, Arthur Burns, Marquess Wilson, Aire Justin, Andre Barrington, Daniel Simmons plus more.
July 12, 2010

Sears dishes on Cougar safeties, corners

IT ALMOST SEEMED at times this spring the Cougs didn't have four starters and four backups in the secondary as much as they had 7-8 quality guys rotating. That might not entirely be the case, said Jody Sears. But WSU, said the co-defensive coordinator, made a pretty good-sized jump in speed and quality of play over the back-forty. And one of those DBs got Sears' vote for the play of the spring.
May 4, 2010