Recruiting Update: Butte College

Butte has quite a few top performers on their roster this year and while one of their top players has nearly double-digit offers, several others are getting attention from some D-1 programs. spoke with offensive coordinator Robbie Snelling recently and he updated us on where things stand...
November 11, 2011

2011 Team Preview: Butte

Butte once again has loads of talent on both sides of the ball and caught up with offensive coordinator Robbie Snelling and he filled us in on some of the top prospects on their deep roster as well as what each brings to the table as the Roadrunners prepare to compete in the always tough Nor Cal Football Conference…
July 25, 2011

Charting the future Cougs

THEY COME FROM different states and different programs, with divergent offenses, defenses, styles and schemes. But one thing Washington State's '10 class has in common is playing games at a winning clip. Collectively, adding up the team records of the 15 known verbal commitments in the '10 class, their senior season winning percentage stands at 66 percent. Here's how they're doing individually..
October 19, 2009

BREAKING: 'Smooth' playmaker goes crimson

THE COUGS' FIRST OFFICIAL visit weekend, it just keeps getting better and better. Washington State hosted eight prospects when the season opened earlier this month, and No. 6 from that official trip weekend to the Palouse has now gone crimson. The 14th known verbal in the Cougs' 2010 class brings with him speed and athleticism, with a sub-4.5 time in the 40 and some big hops.
September 29, 2009

ROUNDUP: Official visitors laud WSU trips

WASHINGTON STATE HISTORICALLY has one of the best official visit to commit ratios in the Pac-10 and Paul Wulff since he's been in Pullman has continued the trend. The Cougs got two immediate verbal commitments this past weekend from prep trippers while the remainder spoke excitedly about the sense of family at WSU while giving the crimson and gray experience two enthusiastic thumbs up.
September 9, 2009

Three prep teammates to hit Pullman

ALL THREE ARE from the same high school and headed to Washington State this weekend on official visits. One is a defensive back rated four stars and the No. 22 safety prospect in the nation. Another is a receiver with athleticism coming out of his socks. The third is a corner who plays bigger than his size. And the Cougs have been recruiting all three since they were sophomores.
September 4, 2009