Leach changes create fiery WSU bowl practice

PULLMAN – Washington State got back to work in Martin Stadium on Saturday with a clear sense of eagerness in its first bowl game practice. And Mike Leach shook up the established practice routine the Cougs have employed all year. Bodies were flying in the high tempo session and players were getting after each other during the extremely competitive seven-on-seven and team periods. It was tough to distinguish if the Cougs were preparing for a bowl game or battle.
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CFC TV: WSU left a lot of plays on the field

BOULDER - Missed tackles and dropped passes, they were just the start of a long list of Washington State player laments after the Cougs lost 38-24 to Colorado. Here's your one-stop shop for all the WSU player interviews, featuring QB Luke Falk, DE Hercules Mata'afa, LB Parker Henry, RB Jamal Morrow and LB Peyton Pelluer
November 20, 2016

What to Watch: 3 Things on Offense vs. WSU

How will the Cal offensive line hold up if it's missing one of its sharpest tools? Can the Bears get the run game going? How will Chad Hansen and Cal's downfield threats fare agains the Tampa-2 looks of Washington State?
November 11, 2016

Super sophomore Coug CB has Leach's attention

IF YOU WERE asked who is No. 2 at Washington State in tackles, lets be honest here, you probably wouldn’t guess it was a 5-10, 175-pound cornerback. He's also an outlier, as Mike Leach touched on during his radio show, when it comes to the crimson youth Cougar fans will get to know down the road.
November 11, 2016

Bear Republic Podcast: Cal vs. Wazzu

Old friend Robert Kenneth Clampett, who was a part of the first iteration of the Bear Republic Podcast, joins the party to speak as the voice of Cal fans, asking BearTerritory publisher Ryan Gorcey the tough questions about the Bears' football season. Then, for the final 15 minutes, we quiz CougFan.com editor Barry Bolton about this week's opponent, Washington State.
November 10, 2016

PRACTICE: Leaders filling NT Barber void

PULLMAN – With the absence of Washington State's starting nose tackle, Robert Barber, the team did everything they could during practice on Wednesday to make up for their big loss. Both offense and defense showed great signs of leadership which was very encouraging to see.
October 27, 2016

CFC Podcast: Great stuff from Skyler Cracraft

SHORT AND oh-so-sweet, you’ll want to listen to this Q&A with Skyler Cracraft. On this CFC podcast, we dive into the X's and O's on the Cougs' win over UCLA, and also this Saturday's game at Arizona State. And if you're talking about UCLA, you have to talk about Jim Mora. And if you're talking Sun Devils, you have to also delve into the subject of signal stealing. Let's get to it.
October 19, 2016