NEWSWIRE: Simmons on the road back

THERE ARE TIMES when Mansel Simmons, says his brother, still experiences some of the effects of the altercation that forced him to give up football at Washington State. But, an article in the Spokesman-Review says, he's much improved from where he was in March. And he'll be returning to WSU as a student next month for summer courses.
May 28, 2013

WSU NOTEBOOK

PULLMAN -- Matt Hayes of SportingNews.com published his rankings of all 125 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches. Where did Mike Leach land on his list? Plus, there's lots of updates on Cougars past and present in football, baseball and basketball.
May 6, 2013

Cougs' QB depth in fall offers intrigue

PULLMAN – What a difference a summer will make. The next time Washington State hits the practice field, there will be as many as seven quarterbacks in uniform. That's up from three during the just-concluded spring season. And it points to a battle not just between Connor Halliday and Austin Apodaca for No. 1, but between Jesse Brown and a quartet of expected newcomers for the No. 3 role, too.
April 26, 2013

Coug Mansel Simmons hangs 'em up

MANSEL SIMMONS ON Wednesday posted a notice on his Facebook account that he is retiring from football due to injuries suffered in an altercation that allegedly involved an Idaho football player. The 6-4, 226-pound Simmons would have been a redshirt sophomore this season.
April 24, 2013

SPRING DAY 3: Coug offense on the go

PULLMAN – The Cougs were out in full force Tuesday at practice, cracking shoulder pads for the first time this spring. Regardless of which quarterback was taking snaps, the offense worked well and won the day. Coaches also made some rotations with the 1's and 2's, heating up some of the biggest position battles for onlookers. That, the hits of the day and more…
March 26, 2013

Police: Idaho player assaulted Cougs' Simmons

PULLMAN POLICE believe a University of Idaho football player knocked Washington State wide receiver Mansell Simmons unconscious in an altercation early Sunday morning.
March 25, 2013