Vanished: 4 WSU players depart program

FOUR LITTLE-USED Washington State football players, none of whom have played this season, are no longer listed on the official roster and have left the program, Cougfan.com learned this morning.
October 17, 2012

NEWSLINE: Randal Simmons story now a book

WHEN LOS ANGELES police officer and SWAT team member Randal Simmons was killed in the line of duty in 2008, the details of his seemingly quiet life suddenly became very public. And what we learned was that this former Washington State defensive back, whose son Matt Simmons now plays for the Cougs, wasn't just a regular guy. In so many ways, he was a remarkable guy.
August 24, 2012

PHOTO CAVALCADE: Loose on the Palouse

PULLMAN -- The Cougars are looking to hit someone in the mouth and in just over a week, they'll get their chance in the season opener at BYU. A look from the CF.C lens at more 2012 fall camp action at Washington State in this 25-shot pictorial..
August 22, 2012

SAFETY: WSU Fall Camp Preview

WASHINGTON STATE'S DEFENSIVE BACKFIELD headed into fall camp is going to give up some big plays. And it's going to continue into the season. But that is not only a product of design, it just might not be a bad thing. In previewing the safety position, here's why.
July 30, 2012

Tyree Toomer's Diary: Week 3

PULLMAN –This week, in addition to the questions from CF.C readers, the editors at Cougfan.com had an interesting one for me: "Do you think players should be paid a monthly stipend as Paul Wulff and others around the country have suggested?"
July 3, 2011

Cougs go full speed again, and not done yet

PULLMAN -- The bodies were banging again on Wednesday at full throttle out on Rogers Field, and it was a walk-on defensive lineman who set the pace early. And as for Justin Mann, he just might have a little extra added incentive come Saturday. Meanwhile, Paul Wulff continues to shake the routine up this practice week headed into the UCLA tilt on Saturday. Want more contact? You've got it.
September 30, 2010

WSU to have most early grid arrivals ever

C.J. MIZELL WAS the shock of Signing Day but attention among the crimson faithful soon turned to when he would arrive at WSU. Under Paul Wulff, the Cougs no longer bring in their incoming recruiting class just as fall camp begins. Last year the Cougs welcomed, in the latter part of June, the largest influx in program history of new arrivals. But the 2010 group's arrival will shatter that mark.
May 18, 2010

Future Coug has long been crimson

ONE OF THE Cougs' first members of the 2010 class was Matt Simmons, a 3-star defensive back prospect out of Torrance, Calif. He was among those taking his official visit this past weekend to Washington State. And he's been part of the Cougar family since long before he made the decision to verbally commit to WSU.
January 21, 2010