No offensive line controversy here

PULLMAN -- The Cougars looked sharp in Tuesday's practice as the team prepares for its first road game of the young season at Nevada on Friday. Among the session's highlights were an acrobatic effort from tight end Jesse Taylor, and veteran-like showing from Omowale Dada, and a coach putting an end to rumors of unrest at one position.
September 7, 2005

Doba a day after: A good learning experience

IF HE WERE TO write a script for a first game, Bill Doba said he would have penned one much like the game against Idaho, where the Cougs had to compete hard for a full 60 minutes. There were some rookies and veterans who came in for some praise from the head man of the Cougs on Friday evening and an evaluation of the offensive and defensive lines.
September 2, 2005

SPRING BALL DAY 14: Big plays becoming routine

<b>PULLMAN--Thursday, the final practice before Saturday's annual spring game, provided a microcosm of the spring sessions to date. Cody Boyd turned in his highlight reel grabs, Alex Brink completed a high percentage of passes, Scott Davis took away a sure touchdown from the offense and Eric Frampton came through with another memorable play. And Jerome Harrison, ho-hum, turned in another one of his mind boggling touchdown runs.
April 15, 2005