Williams signs w/ Chargers, McLennan a Falcon

DOM WILLIAMS, one of the most prolific pass catchers in Washington State history, is headed to San Diego. The 6-2, 200-pound Pomona, Calif. tells CF.C why he chose the Chargers.
April 30, 2016

Buzz on Dom Williams grows as NFL draft nears

AS THE NFL draft draws near, Washington State receiver Dom Williams is starting to get some love as a possible late-round pick.
April 23, 2016

CF.C talks to emerging Coug WR Kaleb Fossum

IF ERIC MELE hadn’t been so quick to respond, Kaleb Fossum might not be in Pullman. A second-year sophomore walk on receiver at Washington State, Fossum has emerged at the outside wide receiver position this spring and is looking to make a push for turns in the rotation.
April 1, 2016

WSU football banquet: Awards and bowl rings

LUKE FALK WAS named team MVP at Washington State’s annual banquet Thursday evening at Martin Stadium, while safety Shalom Luani and wide receiver Gabe Marks took home defensive and offensive MVP awards, respectively. The Sun Bowl rings were also handed out (pictured).
March 10, 2016

Gabe Marks turns reporter on Dom Williams

PULLMAN -- As Cougar receiver Dom Williams fielded questions from media following his blazing work at NFL Pro Day at WSU Thurssday, a "reporter" who looked suspiciously like Gabe Marks came out of nowhere to ask Williams how much of his success he owed to ... Gabe Marks.
March 10, 2016

Joe Dahl talks to CF.C ahead of WSU Pro Day

SPOKANE’s JOE DAHL returns to Washington State this week. The 6-4, 304-pound o-lineman, projected to be the first Cougar taken in the 2016 NFL Draft, talked to CF.C ahead of his WSU Pro Day appearance on Thursday. Having already participated in the combine, Dahl’s focus on Wednesday won’t be on speed, athleticism or agility drills but rather, position-specific drills – his “football abilities.”
March 7, 2016

Dahl yes, but no Destiny at NFL Combine

THE NFL has officially released their combine participants and as reported earlier, Washington State offensive lineman Joe Dahl is on the list. But defensive tackle Destiny Vaeao, who had a strong week at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, won’t be heading to the NFL draft’s showcase event.
February 11, 2016

WSU’s Vaeao with furious finish in NFLPA bowl

DESTINY VAEAO wanted the football. The Washington State d-tackle was involved in a trio of key fourth quarter plays in helping lead his National Team to an 18-17 win in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on Saturday.
January 23, 2016