SPOKANE'S CODY SORENSEN, the hard-hitting defensive back from Ferris and the son of former WSU All-America safety Paul Sorensen, is deciding whether to forego scholarship offers at smaller schools in order to become a preferred walk-on at Washington State. He was among a handful of walk-on targets in Pullman this past weekend on official visits. He said his trip was as good as it gets.
January 25, 2011
YOU GOTTA HAND it to WSU President Elson Floyd. He knows what he doesn't know. He hired Bill Moos because the former Cougar player and associate AD is as good as anyone in the land at what he does. So Floyd let Moos decide whether Paul Wulff would – rightfully, in my opinion – be back next season to complete the turnaround he has so painstakingly orchestrated over the last three seasons.
December 8, 2010
GRADY EMMERSON, the old Cougar walk on from Kennewick who became a starting linebacker, is imparting his grit and determination on a Ferris High defense that looks hellbent on making a return trip to the state Class 4A championship game. "The Grady Bunch," as the Spokesman-Review notes, includes the son of another old Cougar standout, Paul Sorensen.
October 8, 2010
THE IMPORTANCE that WSU'S football coaching staff gives the Greater Spokane League when it comes to recruiting is probably summed up best by this number: 10. That's how many Lilac City natives are in crimson right now. But to understand the depths to which WSU mines the GSL, consider this: The Cougs just invited two seniors-to-be from Ferris High to walk on next season.
August 25, 2010
PAUL WULFF'S four day, full-rip, full-contact summer youth camp at Washington State that wrapped up this week was marked by sterling performances and top-notch instruction -- and we've got the camp's Most Outstanding Players and Rising Stars, the co-camp MVPs plus lots of other notes and nuggets from this pad crackin' crimson camp event.
June 25, 2010