Cougs tie for most All-Academic honorees

EAT YOUR HEART out Stanford. Better luck next time, Cal. On Tuesday, Washington State and Oregon State tied for the most honorees named to the Pac-10 Conference All-Academic team.
December 2, 2008

COUGS TAKE A BITE OF THE APPLE: Photos II

PULLMAN -- Washington State kept on fighting. And the 101st Apple Cup turned into an epic that gave the Cougs four victories out of the last five against the Huskies. From the CF.C lens; Louis Bland, Tyree Toomer, Greg Trent, Chima Nwachukwu, Kevin Lopina, Brandon Gibson, Xavier Hicks, Andy Mattingly, Matt Mullennix, Paul Wulff and one very large statue representing Cougar Pride.
November 23, 2008

Counting the ways: Apple Cup is oh-so-sour

STATISTICALLY SPEAKING, it's fair to say there's never been another Crapple, er, Apple Cup match up quite like the one on tap this Saturday. Not even in 1969, when the Cougs entered with one win and the Huskies none, has there been such categorical badinage. Of the 119 teams in Division I-A, the 1-10 Cougs and 0-10 Dawgs rank among the ten worst in oh-so-many of the major statistical measures.
November 18, 2008

WULFF: High praise for senior leadership

WASHINGTON STATE, a team thin on experience, depth and fighting injuries already, have some new health woes to contend with, particularly at running back and on the offensive line, said Paul Wulff on Thursday. Meanwhile, the head man of the Cougs had nothing but praise for some members of the senior leadership, their efforts this week and all season long.
October 2, 2008

Cougar DL will be center of attention

MUCH OF THE focus heading into Saturday's homecoming tilt against the Ducks will be on Marshall Lobbestael, the Cougs' redshirt freshman quarterback getting his first college start. But a critical factor will be how the Wazzu defensive line plays the point of attack. One noteworthy item about the WSU defensive line, and its something Paul Wulff says most people aren't aware of..
September 26, 2008

With starters sidelined, Norrell steps up

PULLMAN -- With the season opener just two weeks away, the first full scrimmage of the fall is on tap for the Washington State Cougars. What's left of them, anyway. The starters who take the field Saturday afternoon at Martin Stadium will be much different than those projected to start when fall camp opened Aug. 5. One of them, freshman Kevin Norrell, turned in a stellar practice on Friday.
August 15, 2008

Cougs air it out in voluntary workout

PULLMAN -- If the Cougars' voluntary summer workouts are any indication, Gary Rogers and Brandon Gibson feel right at home in Wazzu's new no-huddle offense. The duo combined for three touchdowns and a bevy of completions in a spirited skelly session earlier this week out on the Palouse. Meanwhile, a pair of tight ends also had very good receiving days.
July 17, 2008

Receivers w/ big day in Coug workout, skelly

PULLMAN -- In late afternoon heat beneath the long shadows of an enlarged frame that will house the new WSU scoreboard, the entire Cougar team was on this week to shake off any lingering rust from the holiday weekend. The offense has gone to a no-huddle, high tempo attack and on this day, they lived up to that billing and then some. A jam-packed report on the Cougs' voluntary summer workouts..
July 11, 2008