THE HIGH SCHOOL landscape these days is one of specialization – the two and three sport star prep athletes are becoming fewer and fewer. But does that help performance in the chosen sport at the college level, or is it actually a detriment? And what does future Cougar Brock Lutes and Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller have to do with it?
December 23, 2010
CAN INJURIES EVER be a good thing in college football? If you look beyond one season, says Phil Steele, yes. Washington State suffered through a catastrophic amount of players going down in 2009, but that might well mean good things for the Cougars in 2010. According to Steele, here's why...
July 2, 2010
HE CAME TO Washington State's summer youth camp without a Cougar offer. His performance changed all that. And after he got that Wazzu offer, he didn't take long to pledge crimson. And so it was that after four Florida prospects verbally committed to Washington State in the space of two days, the Cougs a couple days later landed a 6-foot-3 highly versatile athlete close to home.
June 23, 2010
SALEM, Ore. - Every spring there's always prospects that come out of the woodwork and get right in the thick of the recruiting action. Others are underclassmen that have breakout performances that give evaluators a glimpse toward future greatness. At the 2010 Oregon Barton Football Marketing Workout this past weekend at Willamette University, we saw a little of both.
May 18, 2010