Pro scouts come to Pullman, Cougs shine

PULLMAN — Three-plus months of intensive preparation for 10 WSU seniors boiled down to just a couple of hours this week on their home turf in Pullman. Wale Dada summed up afterward what each one of WSU's Pro Day participants must have been thinking: "If they give me a hole, I have to rip it wide open."
March 10, 2006

Inside or out, Cougs continue to look sharp

PULLMAN—With the mercury down at the lower end of the guage, and for the first time this season, Washington State held practice in "The Bubble," the school's indoor practice facility in which the baseball and track teams see far more practice time than the footballers.
November 16, 2005

Mom's health, a constant worry, got Teems focused

PULLMAN -- Senior Alex Teems, in his second year as Washington State's starting left cornerback, didn't always have his head in the game. Shortly after coming to Pullman four years ago following a star-studded prep career he couldn't stop thinking about his mom, Linda, back home in Southern California battling cancer.
September 13, 2005

FALL CAMP DAY 4: backs please Doba; DBs shine

PULLMAN – What a difference a few months can make. Back in the spring, Jerome Harrison was a lone sentinel in the Cougar backfield, forcing fullback Jed Collins into a crash-course on playing the "one" in the one-back offense.
August 10, 2005