One game at a time

THE COUGS have one thing and one thing only to train their focus on: Getting back on track at Oregon State. With two straight losses, the string of 10-win seasons is now officially over. But head coach Bill Doba says this team remains fully committed to putting together a successful year. Plus, the complete injury report, what Doba told the team on Sunday and more.
October 17, 2004

RB trio looks to find groove against Ducks

PULLMAN—After taking the bye week to consider the situation, the coaching staff has decided on the running back rotation for Oregon. The Cougs will also welcome back one of their starting defensive tackles on Saturday. Meanwhile, out on the field, the secondary turned in a couple of big plays in Monday's practice.
October 5, 2004

Fall camp goes 'thud'

PULLMAN – Washington State football players are ready to hit someone besides each other (preferably an Idaho Vandal), but Saturday evening they didn't get to hit anyone. In fact, the entire scrimmage went "thud."
August 23, 2003

Interceptions highlight Wednesday scrimmage

PULLMAN - It may have looked erratic to those on hand Wednesday night. And, sure, those two interceptions returned for touchdowns may have gotten some reaching early for the panic button. But it was a scrimmage the Washington State football team needed to have.
August 21, 2003

Kegel perfect in first scrimmage

PULLMAN -– Forget the fact this is his first year starting at quarterback, <b>Matt Kegel</b> says if he isn't comfortable behind center after four years in Pullman then no one could be. And comfortable he was last night, putting on a clinic in marksmanship in the first scrimmage of the season.
August 14, 2003

Tuesday Blues

PULLMAN – After a Monday night practice that had head coach <b>Bill Doba</b> ready to take on the Monsters of the Midway, a Tuesday practice --notable for its lack of intensity -- brought him back down to earth.
August 13, 2003