Cougfan TV: WSU Pro Day

THE CF.C VIDEO CAMERA was on hand, along with pro scouts from the NFL and CFL, as a dozen Cougars took part in Washington State's annual Pro Day workout. An exclusive look from CF.C at some of the drills, including Markus Dawes' vertical leap which generated plenty of oohs and ahs, Michael Bumpus, now with the Seahawks, returns to Pullman to lend support and weighed in, plus much more.
March 12, 2009

Rogers gets clarity on quest for sixth year

LOST AMID WEDNESDAY'S flurry of news involving Eastern Washington and Paul Wulff was Wulff's annoucenment regarding quarterback Gary Rogers' pursuit of a sixth year of eligibility at Washington State.
February 12, 2009

THE APPLE CUP: There's more at stake

THE APPLE CUP will determine which team finishes last and next to last in the Pac-10 but don't tell Paul Wulff the Apple Cup doesn't mean anything more than that. During his playing days at Washington State, he played in one Apple Cup not long after having his appendix removed. Because when it comes to the Apple Cup, Wulff says, there's more at stake. And is Gary Rogers hoping to come back in '09?
November 20, 2008

COMMENTARY: Is Lobbestael the answer?

IT'S A LITTLE EASIER to be a Cougar football fan this week. Thanks to Saturday's 48-9 whipping of Portland State, there's no danger Washington State will become the Duke or Florida International of 2006. The Vikings aren't going to beat a lot of Big Sky teams this season, but do you really care right now?
September 22, 2008

Sunday night updates on Rogers and Lopina

THE NEWS ON Gary Rogers and Kevin Lopina was about as good as could be hoped for on Sunday night. Head Trainer Bill Drake said Rogers is doing very well, walking out of the hospital after being discharged around lunchtime on Sunday. Lopina has a deep shoulder bruise but Paul Wulff did not rule him out for Saturday's Homecoming game against Oregon.
September 21, 2008

MORE PHOTOS: Cougs 48, Vikes 9

PULLMAN -- Full speed and up close in your grill, more photos from Washington State's 48-9 victory over Portland State, including Rogers, Lopina, Lobbestael, Trent, Frischknecht, Alfred, Gibson, Hicks, Tardy, Ivory, Kooyman, Lesuma, Eppele, Thompson, Mattingly, Danaher and more.
September 20, 2008

Cougs paste PSU, Rogers done for season

IT WASN'T ALWAYS pretty -- and downright scary at one point with an ambulance on the field for Gary Rogers, the second Cougar QB lost to injury in the game. The WSU offense piled up over 600 yards in the first win of the season, a 48-9 win on Portland State. And the Cougar stop corps turned the run-n-shoot into the duck-n-cover. But the W was tempered by the new Rogers was lost for the season.
September 20, 2008