18 who led WSU renaissance bid adieu Saturday

WIN OR LOSE on Saturday in the New Mexico Bowl, one thing is certain: the game will mark the end of the line for 18 Cougar seniors who arrived in Pullman with a promise to help rebuild and will leave having done exactly what they intended.
December 18, 2013

NOTEBOOK: Cougs' win has a special feel to it

TUCSON – Washington State's 24-17 triumph over Arizona on Saturday afternoon had a special feel to it, and that did not escape the Cougar players in the immediate aftermath of a tense, back-and-forth contest that was not decided until the final play.
November 16, 2013

PRACTICE REPORT: Wazzu DL makes some noise

PULLMAN — Practice started off slow, but finished on a high note for the Cougs on Wednesday. On D, there was good work being done in the trenches, and one sophomore DL even received a few reps with the first unit. Both sides of the ball got in some good work against the respective scout teams. CF.C also asked about two freshmen no longer listed by WSU on the daily practice roster.
September 4, 2013

PRACTICE: Offense owns day, Morrow to corner

PULLMAN—On a day that belonged to the offense, the WSU wide receivers enjoyed a solid day, which was highlighted by an acrobatic reception by redshirt junior Rickey Galvin. On the other side of the ball, with some bodies banged up, cornerback Daquawn Brown saw extended time running with the 1s and a fellow true freshman moved from offense over to corner.
September 3, 2013

Cougs sound ready to get after USC

PULLMAN – Daquawn Brown is a true freshman at Washington State, but he's played with the swagger of a 10-year NFL veteran ever since he arrived in the Palouse. On Monday, coach Mike Leach said Brown might make his first start Saturday at USC. That means the yappy, cocksure Brown could be locked up with sensational Trojans receiver Marqise Lee.
September 2, 2013

PRACTICE: True freshman CB runs with the 1s

PULLMAN—The Cougs were back at it in Martin Stadium for a short but energetic practice Sunday. In the hour-plus session, the offense and defense went against the scout teams, WSU worked special teams and concluded things with a friendly game of dodge ball. Mike Leach and LBs coach Ken Wilson discussed the highs and lows of the Auburn game and true freshman CB Daquawn Brown was running with the 1s.
September 2, 2013

Cougs: 'We let one get away'

AUBURN, Ala. – No doubt there were plenty of college football pundits and fans who were surprised to see Washington State drop their season opener by just seven points Saturday night at Auburn. WSU players were surprised, too. Surprised they didn't win, that is.
August 31, 2013