CouGreat Jerome Harrison thrilled to be back

SPOKANE — Jerome Harrison walked quietly into the ballroom of the Davenport Grand Hotel as people filtered in prior to the start of the 2015 Washington State Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremonies Friday evening. But he didn’t enter unnoticed.
September 19, 2015

Thank yous flow at WSU Hall of Fame dinner

SPOKANE — In one of the most remarkable collections of unforgettable Washington State athletes in one place, Steve Broussard -- as he did so many times on the field in the late 1980s -- commanded the spotlight. The man many consider the finest all-around running back in Cougar football history came to Washington State from South Central Los Angeles.
September 19, 2015

Cougfan at 15: Nobody like 'The Ghost'

IN THE 15 YEARS since launched as "a cyber pub, where all the talk is about one thing – the WSU Cougars," no athlete has dominated a season like Jerome Harrison. Not Jason Gesser. Not Klay Thompson. No one. "The Ghost" was a statistical firebomb, covering the landscape so completely in 2005 that he was consensus first-team All-America and a top-10 finisher for the Heisman.
August 5, 2013

Jerome Harrison has brain tumor

The Philadelphia Eagles' medical staff discovered that running back Jerome Harrison has a brain tumor when he underwent a physical following a trade from the Detroit Lions, according to ESPN. The trade was negated due to Harrison's health condition.
October 20, 2011