Seen & Heard on Planet Coug

PULLMAN – Washington State desperately wants to open the football season as scheduled next Saturday at Martin Stadium, but the Cougars aren’t nearly as desperate to play the game as Portland State.
August 30, 2015

Cougfan at 15: Thee moments in Cougar hoops

THE BEGINNING OF the resurrection, by virtually every reasonable assessment, can be traced to March 29, 2003. That was the day Dick Bennett came out of retirement to coach the Washington State basketball team. And the turning point in Bennett's rebuild can be found in an unlikely place, says the man who has been on the Cougar sidelines for every tipoff over the last decade.
August 20, 2013

Cougfan.com at 15: Dick Bennett's big rebuild

HUNDREDS OF coaches have spent more time at Washington State than Dick Bennett did, and many enjoyed far more success. Few, however, left a larger footprint on WSU's sporting landscape.
August 1, 2013

WSU NOTEBOOK: Motum & Cougs make history

BROCK MOTUM AND the Washington State Cougars made basketball history this season. By repeating as the Pacific-12 Conference scoring champion, Motum – combined with Klay Thompson in 2010-11 – made the Cougars the first team to produce three consecutive scoring champions since the conference began recognizing the leading scorer as the player with the most points per game in all games in 1974-75.
April 9, 2013

WSU NOTEBOOK: Time to get meaner, says Leach

SPOKANE – Mike Leach says his Washington State football team has a lot of great people. But for three hours on Saturdays, he'd prefer to see something else out on the field.
October 25, 2012