Elder Forzani lends his view to son's outlook

WASHINGTON STATE ANNOUNCED Tuesday that senior-to-be wide receiver Johnny Forzani has left the football team. Forzani's father isn't as sure, saying the younger Forzani is "on the bubble" academically for this season. Tom Forzani, a CFL Hall of Fame receiver, also said his son is only "leaning toward" leaving the Cougars and WSU to make himself eligible for the Canadian Football League draft.
March 16, 2010

Brakes put on speedy Canadian

WASHINGTON STATE'S aim to develop a deep-threat receiving option this season is going to be a bit more challenging than anticipated. The fastest member of the wideout corps, senior-to-be Johnny Forzani, ran into academic trouble and is now planning to try and head to the CFL this summer, according to sources close to the program.
March 16, 2010

WRs: Can the Cougs go deep this spring?

THE WIDE RECEIVERS this spring out on the Palouse will be experienced yet still young – there are no seniors among the projected starters pre-spring. But there's one thing the Cougars perhaps need to find most during the 15-practice spring session from their receiving corps, and it's not seniority.
March 10, 2010

WSU NOTEBOOK: Johnny Rocket takes off, eh?

PULLMAN -- Johnny Forzani, like any red-blooded Canadian, was hooked on hockey when he grew up in Calgary, Alberta. It seems Forzani, the fleet-footed deep threat on the Washington State football team, was just as fast on the ice as he is on the football field.
October 28, 2009

Offensive line to get another shake up

BECAUSE OF THE VOLUME of injuries on WSU's offensive line this season, it appeared at times that starters were named by default. But with many of those players returning for Saturday's game against Notre Dame in San Antonio, there's a new concept: competition.
October 27, 2009

Tuel shines but young Cougs can't match Cal

WSU COACH PAUL WULFF has delivered more than one "stay the course" message to fans during his two years at the program's helm. While the results often have been ugly, Wulff remained emphatic that his inexperienced team is improving. At the same time, post game, he was equally adamant that it was time for the Cougs to take another step.
October 24, 2009

Cougar youth can't stop Cal

THE COUGARS SHOWED some offensive life in the second quarter, with Jeff Tuel throwing for 232 yards and a pair of TD's in the first 30 minutes, but the youth of Washington State could not hang with the veteran California Bears and Wazzu dropped a 49-17 decision in Strawberry Canyon.
October 24, 2009