WIN OR LOSE on Saturday in the New Mexico Bowl, one thing is certain: the game will mark the end of the line for 18 Cougar seniors who arrived in Pullman with a promise to help rebuild and will leave having done exactly what they intended.
December 18, 2013
PULLMAN — Friday's session served as the normal Sunday practice for Washington State, which is to say it was full of special teams work and a short team session. But outside receivers coach Dennis Simmons shed some interesting light on a number of fronts, including a little competition that's going on between the Cougs' outside and inside receivers…
October 25, 2013
WASHINGTON STATE ALREADY has upset a top-25 ranked team, which means coach Mike Leach was quick to dismiss any "shock the world" statements as the Cougars prepare to play at 7:00 p.m. Saturday against No. 5 Stanford at CenturyLink Field. Leach discussed the upcoming opponent, reflected on Saturday's 42-0 win against Idaho and more during his Monday afternoon teleconference.
September 23, 2013
PULLMAN – Connor Halliday has thrown a whopping nine touchdown passes in the past two games, but highly competitive individuals like Halliday are never satisfied. Halliday enjoyed another huge TD tally Saturday night, but he admitted his poor start was directly related to his failure to connect with wide, wide open Isiah Myers for a touchdown on Washington State's first play from scrimmage.
September 22, 2013
PULLMAN — A way to slow down the Cougar passing attack was revealed on Tuesday – just whip up a torrential downpour. But Mike Leach wasn't have any of it. A running back shifted over to the H-receiver spot after tallying four catches against Southern Utah. Meanwhile, special teams coach Eric Russell talked about a potential change on punt return man…
September 17, 2013
PULLMAN—On a day that belonged to the offense, the WSU wide receivers enjoyed a solid day, which was highlighted by an acrobatic reception by redshirt junior Rickey Galvin. On the other side of the ball, with some bodies banged up, cornerback Daquawn Brown saw extended time running with the 1s and a fellow true freshman moved from offense over to corner.
September 3, 2013
PULLMAN — The Cougar offense might be peaking at the right time. Connor Halliday and Co. continued a dominant week against the scout team D, zinging the pigskin to multiple targets. The o-line won both the run game and pass protection battles and there was some shifting on the OL – Clay McGuire lends his insight. Meanwhile the DL is moving fast, fast, fast. And Joe Salave'a talks d-line and more.
August 28, 2013