Scratching your head looking for a way Stanford can beat #6 Washington State after the drubbing suffered just days ago to now-#5 U$C? You are not alone, but Sam Stefanki has stepped out of the depression doldrums and isolated what he thinks are the keys to the game for Stanford this Saturday. Rather than eye the sky-scraping mountaintop of an unreachable victory, Sam gives us a core focus that can keep this sucker close...
October 16, 2003
PULLMAN - It may have looked erratic to those on hand Wednesday night. And, sure, those two interceptions returned for touchdowns may have gotten some reaching early for the panic button. But it was a scrimmage the Washington State football team needed to have.
August 21, 2003
With preseason training camps in full gear up and down the Left Coast, we're starting to get a good feel for who has what in the Pac-10. But if your head is spinning from our daily practice reports, with all the depth charts and freshmen to track, then you have no time to give ample attention to the rest of the conference. Never fear, Captain Clardy is here to run down all you need to know for the Pac-10 2003 season, from #10 up to #1.
August 19, 2003
PULLMAN -- WSU head coach <b>Bill Doba</b> always sees the positive side. "We're a little banged up but at least we're building depth," Doba said. With backup quarterback <b>Chris Hurd</b> out due to an inflamed knee and <b>Jermaine Green</b> sitting out most of the day because of a tight back, two unlikely candidates -- freshman quarterback <b>Alex Brink</b> and senior running back <b>Jonathan Smith</b> -- stepped into the spotlight Saturday morning during the team's second scrimmage.
August 16, 2003