PULLMAN -- Washington State players were back on the move at Tuesday's first practice after a day off on Monday. Coach Bill Doba spoke openly after the session about, among other things, an interesting change of pace. Action on the field included a receiving veteran turning in the catch of the day and one of the starting 'backers crashing the backfield so fast he almost could have taken the snap.
August 15, 2007
WSU GUARD Andy Roof has been suspended for the fall semester and football season following a series of legal and personal troubles, and o-line coach George Yarno will be forced to reshuffle his already thin unit. Roof, a fourth-year-junior from Spokane, started five games the last two seasons and was expected to become a key cog this year. What it all means for the line and offense going forward.
July 26, 2007
PULLMAN -- Cougar Nation! I know Mike Graise has been keeping you up to date on the defense and the progress we've been making throughout coach Rob Oviatt's summer conditioning. I'm here to add what I've seen the last six weeks in Pullman, and from an offensive perspective. This summer, especially, I've noticed an attitude change in our team as a whole -- my teammates are simply hungry to win.
July 13, 2007
GEORGE YARNO covered all bases Thursday in a lunch-time chat session with CF.C regulars. From returning starters Kenny Alfred and Bobby Byrd to rising stars Micah Hannam and Joe Eppele. From a starting five if the season began today to a trio of improving walk-ons, he covered the territory. Among the other topics were the Lesuma brothers, Grady Maxwell's work ethic, and a whole lot more.
June 7, 2007
They are dropping like flies in the state of Washington. In what seems to be a record number of early commitments, Washington State has made their presence known by landing verbal pledges from WR/S Michael Willis from Tacoma Lincoln and TE/DE Jacob McKinney from Puyallup. This makes the Cougs' in-state total up to 7 commitments and 8 overall when you add in Alex Hamill from Idaho.
August 6, 2003