PULLMAN –Andy Roof has discovered first-hand that justice works slowly. Or was it injustice? Tuesday's announcement that Roof has been expelled from Washington State came four days before the Cougars' opening game and four MONTHS after he was involved in a campus brawl.
August 27, 2008
DEFENSIVE TACKLE ANDY ROOF has been expelled from the university by the school's student conduct board stemming from an April 26 incident. The Pullman police department requested charges by the Whitman County prosecutor's office on May 5 but that office has yet to decide on whether to file charges. Regardless, the student board has determined Roof will not attend or play football at WSU.
August 26, 2008
PULLMAN – Paul Wulff said all of WSU's veterans and recruits should be cleared academically by Tuesday. And that includes 2007 starting cornerback Devin Giles, who missed spring practice and took a heavy class load during the spring and summer semesters to become eligible. He wasn't the only Coug hitting the books hard this summer.
July 31, 2008
DWIGHT TARDY HAS been cleared medically, Gary Rogers is the "clear cut No. 1" but that doesn't necessarily mean Kevin Lopina won't see the field, President Elson Floyd is behind Andy Roof and WSU won't be running the spread. Those were just some of the nuggets coming out of Pac-10 Media Day as Paul Wulff and Brandon Gibson talk Cougar football.
July 24, 2008
THE COUNTDOWN TO fall camp is on as the Cougars head into the final weeks of Washington State's voluntary summer workout and conditioning program. Alfred, Dunn, Graise, Higgins, Hicks, Hunter, Johnson, Karstetter, Lobbestael, Mattingly, Nwachukwu, Rogers, Roof, Roxas, Wagner, Walker and more in this exclusive CF.C photo safari.
July 8, 2008
FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE ANDY ROOF's April run in with the law, Cougar head football coach Paul Wulff spoke Friday at some length about the case. And what he had to say paints a very different picture, one far less one-sided, than what has been reported to date.
May 30, 2008
PULLMAN--The Cougs donned full pads for the first time on Thursday and for the most part, the offense ruled the day. Gary Rogers looked very much at home in the new, fast-paced offense and Daniel Blackledge turned in the catch of the young spring. Meanwhile, on defense, Markus Dawes looks hell bent on making up for lost time -- watching him do battle with Brandon Gibson has been a treat.
March 21, 2008