Where are Cougs' casualties now?

SO WHERE ARE THEY NOW? At least four of the eight former Cougar footballers whose academic woes contributed most severely to the scholarship penalty the NCAA recently handed down on Washington State are still pursuing their athletic careers.
May 13, 2008

Hall Headed To C-USA

College of the Sequoias quarterback Arkelon Hall, who started his collegiate career at Washington State, has committed to finish his career in Conference USA...
December 7, 2007

Citrus Combine Recap -- Part 2

We've already looked at the linemen…now it's time for the glamour positions. The quarterbacks, wideouts, running backs, defensive backs and linebackers were out in full force at Citrus College on Saturday and several stood out. Here's a look at who did well and who opened some eyes with some very solid play.
May 15, 2007

Three WSU Football Players Ruled Ineligible

WASHINGTON STATE SPORTS INFORMATION said Thursday evening University officials have confirmed that three members of the Cougar football team last fall have rendered themselves academically ineligible, per NCAA and WSU requirements.
January 11, 2007

It was a lucky break, says more mature Hall

WITH A BOOT ON HIS busted left leg and time on his hands, Arkelon Hall's frustrating first half of the 2006 football season turned out to be the biggest break of his career, the second-year-freshman told CF.C last week. Devastated by the setback, his initial anger gave way to introspection. The upshot? Newfound perspective, and humility, about what it takes to play quarterback in the Pac-10.
December 4, 2006

Thursday Update: Rogers on 'hold'

INJURED HOLDER AND BACKUP QB Gary Rogers will dress and be a game-time decision for Oregon, coach Bill Doba said on Thursday. The Cougars' head man also updated the status of a number of players for Saturday, and beyond. A pair of Washington State seniors have already received invites to post season all-star games. Plus, the litmus test for which defense the Cougs run, and more.
October 19, 2006