Aaron Dunn: The Deone Bucannon I know

IT WAS THE SUMMER of 2010 – I had just arrived on Washington State's scenic campus and was meeting all my new teammates. Guys from California, Washington, Florida, and Wisconsin were my new brothers. While all of my future teammates were great guys, one stood out – Deone Bucannon. This kid, all of 160-pounds soaking wet, epitomized the phrase "ready to work." Hell, all he knew was hard work.
May 22, 2014

Spring Ball Day 4 full of developments

PULLMAN — Day Four of Mike Leach's first spring season at WSU was eventful on and off the field. A few bodies were missing Thursday, including one -- touted Spokane tight end Aaron Dunn -- who won't return. The defense continued to put smile on defensive coordinator Mike Breske's face, and d-line coach Joe Salave'a decided to line up with his players and show exactly how it's done in the trenches.
March 29, 2012

SPRING DAY 3: Pads on and tempers flare

PULLMAN — The Cougs added shoulder pads to the spring football mix on Tuesday and the fireworks soon followed on Rogers Field. On offense, tight end Andrei Lintz turned in a great practice that he capped with a fantastic catch toward the end of the practice. Meanwhile, a Cougar linebacker who at one time was projected to be rehabbing this spring had a big day himself.
March 27, 2012

Five spring ball questions on offense

THE FIRST SPRING session for the Cougs under Mike Leach begins in a little over a month. And a new coach and a new system means there are more question marks than usual. From tight ends to the slot, from the QBs to the o-line and beyond, here are five of the more pressing questions on the offensive side of the ball headed into spring drills at Washington State..
February 10, 2012

PRACTICE REPORT: Cougs pick it back up

PULLMAN -- On what is traditionally one of the most quiet days of the year on any college campus in America, Washington State football coach Paul Wulff was hoping his team would make some noise on Wednesday evening.
November 23, 2011

Cougs' focus strictly on Cal

WASHINGTON STATE HAS to win three of its final four games to become bowl eligible. And while it might be cliché, Paul Wulff said Sunday that the Cougars (3-5 overall, 1-4 Pac-12) can only focus on their upcoming game at 3:30 p.m. Saturday against California at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
October 30, 2011