Seen & Heard 8/17

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN Chris Bush is a first. In all my years of crimson watching, I can't remember a time when the Cougs snared a prospect from another school because WSU's entrance requirements were lower. Two years ago, you may recall, incoming freshman Lawrence Ball failed to gain admission on the eve of August workouts, yet was in uniform for Arizona a week later.
August 17, 2006

WSU in process of adding OL to 2006 class

PUYALLUP'S CHRIS BUSH, who signed with Vanderbilt in February, said this afternoon he's instead headed to the Harvard of the Palouse -- Washington State -- rather than the Yale of Tennessee. Bush told CF.C today that in light of a transcript problem with Vandy, he'll instead make his mark in the Pac-10. He arrives in Pullman this week with the expectation he'll soon receive NCAA clearance.
August 7, 2006

Photo Gallery: Bush signs with Vandy

Offensive lineman Chris Bush of Rogers High School in Puyallup, Wash. signed a letter of intent to attend Vanderbilt on Wednesday. Here are photos of the happy occasion.
February 3, 2006

Scouting Report: Chris Bush

Offensive lineman Chris Bush has committed over the weekend. VandyMania spoke with Rogers high school head coach Gene Bowen who gives Vanderbilt fans a scouting report on this versatile lineman.
January 23, 2006

Bush Down To Two

While much of the recruiting buzz around the IU football program in recent weeks has been about potential January visitors, there are a handful of players who have already taken their IU visits, yet remain undecided. One of those is Puyallup, Wash., offensive lineman Chris Bush.
December 29, 2005