A TIME LIKE this is when one's thoughts turn to ... Tana Pritchard. The former WSU linebacker who opted to skip his final year of football eligibility in order to play a season-and-a-half of college basketball, came to mind last week with the news that 1) starting punter Jordan Dascalo isn't returning this season either, and 2) there's no logical successor to Dascalo on the roster. Why Pritchard?
March 30, 2015
TANA PRITCHARD is joining fellow veteran Washington State linebacker Darryl Monroe and freshman corner Kevin Griffin on the transfer list. Multiple sources have told Cougfan.com that Pritchard either just graduated from WSU or soon will be graduating and will use his final year of football eligibility at another school in 2015. Indeed, Pritchard's name is no longer listed on WSU’s official roster.
December 23, 2014
ONE OF THE top questions posed by Connor Halliday’s career-ending injury: Who’s the backup quarterback behind starter Luke Falk? WSU just released the depth chart for Saturday’s game at Oregon State and Peyton Bender’s name appears in the No. 2 slot.
November 4, 2014
PULLMAN — One true freshman continues to impress to the point that Washington State coach Mike Leach acknowledges he should have played earlier. He was a mainstay on a defense that used multiple personnel groupings during Wednesday’s practice. No matter what unit was used, the result was the same — turnovers.
September 24, 2014
SEATTLE – On a night of ups and downs, at times it seemed that Washington State would have no problem blowing through Rutgers’ defense – and at others, that its own defense would be unable to make the necessary stops. In the end, it was a series of late miscues that cost the Cougars a season-opening victory as they fell 41-38 to the Scarlet Knights at CenturyLink Field.
SEATTLE — The last Seattle game for the foreseeable future perhaps was the most entertaining in the series. And one that Washington State, with Connor Halliday wheeling and dealing, finally appeared poised to win until River Cracraft fumbled a punt return at midfield that set up the go-ahead touchdown for Rutgers in the Cougars’ season-opening 41-38 loss Thursday night at CenturyLink Field.
SEATTLE -- Washington State hit the ground running in its annual game at CenturyLink Field – but not in the way it had hoped. Rutgers’ star running back had the Cougars playing catch up from the opening drive of the night, and despite Connor Halliday’s best efforts, were unable to catch up, taking a 21-17 deficit into halftime.