WULFF: High praise for senior leadership

WASHINGTON STATE, a team thin on experience, depth and fighting injuries already, have some new health woes to contend with, particularly at running back and on the offensive line, said Paul Wulff on Thursday. Meanwhile, the head man of the Cougs had nothing but praise for some members of the senior leadership, their efforts this week and all season long.
October 2, 2008

PHOTOS: Cougs and Oregon through the lens

PULLMAN -- As captured through the CF.C lens, Xavier Hicks, Marshall Lobbestael, Kenny Alfred, Adam Hineline, Greg Trent, Logwone Mitz, Michael Willis, Paul Wulff, Fevaea'i Ahmu, Brandon Gibson, Mike Graise, Chris Ivory, Alfonso Jackson, Dwight Tardy, Ben Woodard, Tyree Toomer and more.
September 28, 2008

SCRIMMAGE: Defense rules, offense stalls

PULLMAN--Paul Wulff planned to name Washington State's new kicker after the final full scrimmage of fall camp on Friday. So much for best laid plans. Meanwhile, the defense stuffed the offensive ground attack and picked off three Gary Rogers passes. Rogers rebounded late in the session, completing all six of his passes on the final drive, with Brandon Gibson on the receiving end of the TD pass.
August 22, 2008

Cougar TEs: Big Expectations

THE TIGHT ENDS are an integral -- and versatile -- piece of the offense Paul Wulff and offensive coordinator Todd Sturdy have brought to Pullman. Position coach Rich Rasmussen doesn't have many concerns with the top three guys on the depth chart: Devin Frischknecht, Ben Woodard and Tony Thompson. But he may also have some surprises in store for the Cougar Faithful.
July 31, 2008

Gary Rogers' Diary: Week Three

PULLMAN--How's it going Coug Fans? I'm back again to talk Cougar Football. This past week has been a great week for the team. We have been continuing to work extremely hard during workouts and position drills. The WSU Football Camp was going on last week so we had to bump our workouts to make sure we had enough time for each group. And during that time, the tight ends continued to shine.
June 30, 2008

The new offense: Reflections from spring ball

PULLMAN -– Aside from coaches and players, I'm pretty sure I saw more of WSU's spring football workouts -- all 15 practices and/or scrimmages -- than any person on Planet Coug. With a bulging notebook and a head full of images, it seemed only appropriate to pen a few reflections on it all. In the first of a two-part series, here's my rundown on the offense ...
April 28, 2008

Tight end: WSU's position of strength

PULLMAN -- Washington State is sending a standout tight end off to an NFL training camp for the third straight year, as Jed Collins follows in the footsteps of Cody Boyd, who followed Troy Bienemann. Yet despite that steady talent drain, three weeks of spring workouts suggest strongly that the tight end position remains one of the stoutest units in Pullman.
April 4, 2008

Cougar football: No-huddle O needs an H-back

FOURTH-YEAR junior-to-be Tony Thompson, a tight end on the roster but primarily a long-snapper on game days, may be one of the biggest beneficiaries of first-year coach Paul Wulff's no-huddle offense. The 6-1, 234-pound Thompson could be an ideal H-back, assistant coach Rich Rasmussen told CF.C last Friday at the annual "Night with Cougar Football" in Seattle
March 4, 2008