ADD COWBOY BOOTS to the list of non-football topics that Mike Leach has a strong opinion about. When Cougfan.com's newest correspondent, Adam Lewis, asked offensive line coach Clay McGuire on Thursday if the Cougar staff had veered into any off-beat conversations of late, McGuire didn't hesitate.
April 20, 2012
SPOKANE – Chances are, Cougfans are quite familiar with how it all unfolded in this past Saturday's win over ASU. But why did it happen? Why did so many of those plays work, why did Connor Halliday succeed, why did the defense hold ASU to just 68 yards rushing? Paul Wulff explained in great detail just that and more this week at the Cougar Club Luncheon.
November 17, 2011
PULLMAN -- All of us Cougs here hope everyone had a great Fourth of July holiday -- but now that means there's only a couple more weeks to get your questions about the offense answered! First, though, I was reading Tyree Toomer's diary the other day (very well done) and well, I just can't hold back, I don't want CougFans being misled..
July 8, 2011
WASHINGTON STATE FOOTBALL coach Paul Wulff characterized his lunchtime meeting in athletic director Bill Moos' office as normal. He said during his Sunday teleconference that the meeting would have occurred even if his team had won a Pac-10 championship. Just about everyone else, however, seemed to be waiting anxiously.
December 5, 2010
CORVALLIS, Ore. -- It was the type of victory that makes an old man feel young again. Yes, even crusty old sports writers. Washington State's dominating performance over Oregon State was a win for the ages. And the aged. And the young. And all those in between.
November 14, 2010
ANTHONY CARPENTER'S hit on that Oregon return man the other day has to rank among the all-time great collisions in Cougar football history. The only tackle I can even remember coming close to it was Phillip Glover's absolute decleating of a Montana return man in 1995.
October 11, 2010
PULLMAN – At times Friday afternoon, during the second of two Cougar football practices on the day, it was as if a Who's Who meeting had been convened. The sidelines were populated by the likes of Craig Ehlo and Jim Walden one minute, Paul Sorensen, Bill Moos and Donnie Marbut the next. What they saw was some nice special teams work. And a rare sight: A quarterback going after a defensive tackle.
August 13, 2010