Dotson's talents revealed in Cougfan Q&A

PULLMAN -- Isaac Dotson hits hard, flies to the ball and is a member of the most menacing unit on the field: the safeties. Off the field, he wears a perpetual smile and is a self-taught musician. Those two sentences may seem to juxtapose one another, but the redshirt sophomore is indeed all of those things.
April 17, 2015

Oertel leaving coveted legacy at WSU

DOM WILLIAMS wanted it. So did Gabe Marks, Brett Bartolone, Peyton Pelluer, Beau Glover and a host of others not just on the football team but on some of the women's teams as well. Washington State athletics has an heirloom. And Sunday, the keeper of it -- outgoing Cougar linebacker Eric Oertel -- made his decision: the "Burger Shirt" is headed to the secondary.
May 5, 2014

18 who led WSU renaissance bid adieu Saturday

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

PRACTICE: Cougs goin' fast; Wilson talks LBs

PULLMAN—Tuesdays on the Washington State practice field are a cram session. And there's a lot to prepare for with the Cougs facing Oregon on Saturday night. The Cougar offense had a productive day, but Ken Wilson wasn't overly impressed by the work of his linebackers. Meanwhile, wideout Kristoff Williams and cornerback Alex Jackson were not in attendance. First though, about that Tuesday practice…
October 15, 2013

DAY 18: Coug offense takes the day

PULLMAN - On a day where the Cougar offense prevailed, the No. 1s on both sides of the ball continued to put in solid work against the scout team and the coaches seemed happy with what transpired. The talk of the Cougs' camp has been the consistency of the o-line -- What did Day 18 reveal on that front? Also, a long serving walk on earns a scholie.
August 21, 2013

5 things Cougs need to fine-tune this week

PULLMAN - The season opener against Auburn is 12 days away and there has been considerable improvement this fall camp. On the flip side, there are just as certainly areas in need of improvement. Here are five things the Cougs will need to fine tune this week in order to enhance their chances of coming out on top and claiming victory on Aug. 31.
August 19, 2013

Fall Camp: What we've learned about the Cougs

PULLMAN – When Washington State runs through their second scrimmage on Friday, new and critical data will come pouring in. But we've also already learned plenty about the 2013 Cougs this fall camp. And with the overall picture beginning to come into greater focus, here are some of those things that we've learned after 13 days of camping with the Cougs…
August 16, 2013

COUNTDOWN TO 2013: Cougars LBs Preview

PULLMAN -- The Cougs return three-fourths of their starting linebacking unit in 2013. The squad thrived at times last season in Mike Breske's blitz-happy scheme, but they weren't always consistent. That consistency level should tick upwards in 2013. And perhaps the biggest question of all – just how good can Darryl Monroe 2.0 possibly be?
July 16, 2013