PAUL WULFF HAS some strong feelings on the annual rivalry game which will be played on Saturday. He also further updates the status of injured quarterback Jeff Tuel, talked about if Kevin Lopina looks to be the starter, ran down the 411 on several other players, shared his thoughts on UW tight end Kavario Middleton's comment about putting 50 on the scoreboard against the Cougs plus much more.
November 24, 2009
PULLMAN -- The Washington State Cougars held a football practice Monday, and the darndest thing happened. Two of WSU's best players -- get this -- actually got healthier and were able to rejoin their teammates on the practice field. And there was a ton of other news and notes coming out of Pullman today..
November 23, 2009
OREGON STATE QB Sean Canfield, then the backup and with time winding down and the game well in hand, threw for a 39-yard fourth-quarter score in last year's WSU-OSU game. Paul Wulff was asked about his thoughts on that today, and he updated the status of several injured Cougars. Plus, he gives his thought on his job security.
November 19, 2009
WASHINGTON STATE allowed less than 40 points in each of its first four games this season. That might not sound like much of an accomplishment, said Paul Wulff, unless you compare it to last year when the team allowed at least 58 points in five Pac-10 contests. Wulff decides on Jason Stripling, talks about the QB situation and when a starter might be named and more.
November 17, 2009
PULLMAN–Paul Wulff had high praise for his Cougars after the second practice session of the week yesterday. "Maybe (it was) because there was no school, we didn't have 7 a.m. meetings, they had 10 a.m. meetings -- but our guys are getting better, and they're working at it and I couldn't ask for more than what they're giving right now. They're giving a great effort and working hard," said Wulff.
November 12, 2009
PULLMAN -- Despite the wide eyes on some of the younger Cougar players and a lopsided 40-14 defeat to then No. 25 ranked Notre Dame, Paul Wulff said the Cougs will benefit from the experience. And there are also 1.5 million other reasons why the game will help Washington State.
November 2, 2009
ONLY ONE OF the three linebacker spots was supposed to be filled by an inexperienced player in Washington State's season opener Saturday against Stanford. That no longer is the case. There's also a new starter on the d-line, more on the plan about which youngsters will redshirt this year -- it's a larger number than what you might expect -- and more.
September 3, 2009