Will redshirt freshman follow Wulff's path?

PAUL WULFF WAS a rarity as a player, a four year starter on the offensive line. But Wulff sees some similarities in another young hoss, one he says might just have what it takes to follow the same path. There's lots of news and notes as the Cougs put the finish touches on preparations on Oklahoma State, and Wulff also touches on his passion for Washington State and winning.
August 29, 2008

MORE PHOTOS: WSU '08 season fast approaching

PULLMAN--Washington State's first fall camp under Paul Wulff is coming to a close. Indeed, the 2008 campaign is nearly here. Presented in the latest CF.C photo essay, crimson visages including those of Dunn, Ahmu, Trent, Rogers, Sanchez, Dawes, Karstetter, Lopina, Ayers, Matthews, Norrell, Penner, Lobbestael, Montgomery, Alfred, Paul Wulff, a Cougar legend and more.
August 22, 2008

Special teams come into focus .. sort of

PULLMAN – With Paul Wulff lifting his foot off the pedal Thursday, making both Cougar practices shorter and less demanding than the standard his staff has established as the norm, all eyes turned to special teams. And the battle between placekickers Wade Penner and Nico Grasu left Wulff with a clear conclusion.
August 14, 2008

Cougs' kicking outlook comes into focus

ONE OF THE MOST heated battles on the Palouse this spring has been at kicker, where newcomers Patrick Rooney and Matt Myers have joined sophomore-to-be Wade Penner in a three-way fight to succeed Romeen Abdolmohammadi as the Cougars' No. 1 toe. With one day to go before the spring season is a wrap, special teams coach Steve Broussard says he has his man.
April 11, 2008

Spring Ball: Best scrimmage, but DBs take hit

PULLMAN -- The offense executed much better, the defense looked sharper, and there were big hits on both sides of the ball. Indeed, it was the Cougs' best scrimmage of the spring as Gary Rogers, Matt Eichelberger, Brandon Gibson and others turned in top-shelf performances. It wasn't all good news, however, as one of the starting members of the secondary may be going under the knife.
April 5, 2008

Broussard: Special teams remake underway

COUGAR RUNNING BACKS COACH Steve Broussard, in his second year at Washington State, is adding special teams coaching duties to his responsibilities and says WSU's woeful showing in that phase of the game last season will be rectified if the players do one specific thing. And it could be worth three wins a season.
March 18, 2008

Cougs clock in early and roll into desert

OFFENSE, DEFENSE, HEIGHT, weight, size, speed. In the game of college football, all have changed markedly over the years. But there's at least one thing that's remained the same and ample evidence was presented on the Cougars' off day this practice week. Meanwhile, Washington State is healthy, a pair of defenders are showing improvement, and just how comfortable is Bill Doba headed into Tucson?
September 29, 2007