PFF: WSU o-line among nation's 10 best

WITH THE regular season in the books, Pro Football Focus has graded all the offensive lines in all the games to date. Where does Washington State rank? Spoiler alert: Only one Pac-12 team is on the PFF list of the top 10 offensive lines in college football.
Yesterday at 12:44 PM

WSU's O'Connell made this All-Pac-12 team

SCORE ONE FOR common sense. Washington State guard Cody O'Connell is an Outland Trophy finalist and one of only three college football linemen, offense or defense, still being considered for the national award. The Pac-12 turned a few heads in naming O'Connell an honorable mention selections this week. Scout.com, however, got it right.
Yesterday at 11:16 AM

Scout's 2016 All Pac-12 Team (Offense)

Scout honors the best offensive players in the Pac-12 for 2016.
Yesterday at 10:00 AM

Worst all-Pac-12 team selections of 2016

What were the coaches thinking when they made these all-Pac-12 team choices?
Last Wednesday at 6:41 PM

PRACTICE: Coug D busy reclaiming its roots

PULLMAN – Washington State is sticking to its defensive roots. During Tuesday’s practice, defensive coordinator Alex Grinch was preaching from the mountain top. But the sermon had not changed -- it was all about the same keys and fundamentals Grinch has extolled from the very first day he arrived in Pullman. Here are Skyler Cracraft’s three takeaways from the Cougs’ practice.
November 22, 2016

O'Connell's switch clicked in Sun Bowl run up

IT TOOK THREE YEARS to get here, but the immense – both literally and figuratively – promise Cody O’Connell brought with him to Washington State in 2013 is on full, nationally recognized display. The Wenatchee product’s turn toward greatness after three years of toil, says his position coach, started in the practices for last year’s Sun Bowl -- and the reality that perma-starter Gunnar Eklund would soon be gone.
November 22, 2016

WSU’s Cody O'Connell: Outland Trophy finalist

AND THEN THERE WERE THREE. Washington State fourth-year junior offensive guard has been named one of three finalists for the Outland Trophy, given to the best interior lineman in college football on offense or defense, the Football Writers Association of America and WSU SID announced.
November 21, 2016

WSU’s Continent: Outland Trophy semifinalist

WASHINGTON STATE left guard Cody O’Connell has been named a semifinalist -- one of five -- for the Outland Trophy, the Football Writers Association of America announced Wednesday. O’Connell, nicknamed The Continent by Mike Leach for his 6-8, 354-pound frame, is the first Cougar Outland Trophy semifinalist since Wazzu defensive lineman Rien Long won the award in 2002.
November 16, 2016