Spokane's Mattingly lands WSU offer

SPOKANE'S DANNY MATTINGLY was feeling "a little fuzzy" coming out of the dentist's office today when he got word to call WSU defensive coordinator Mike Breske. So it might have taken a few extra seconds for the words to sink in – Washington State, where his brother Andy played, was offering him a scholie.
February 14, 2012

WSU's silver lining: Players fight to the end

TUCSON -- Perhaps the only thing more consistent this season than Washington State's first-quarter follies -- the Cougs have been outscored 145-3 in the period -- is the team's utter refusal to quit. No matter the score or setting or hopelessness of the situation, the Cougars keep hittin' and hustlin' to the bitter end.
November 8, 2009

PHOTO SAFARI: A crimson comeback

IT'S NOT OFTEN you see two interception returns for touchdowns in a game. But Alex Hoffman-Ellis and Myron Beck pulled it off in the Cougs' victory over Southern Methodist and the CF.C lens was there to capture them, plus a whole lot more in this 32-shot salute.
September 21, 2009

Tuel decision was weeks in the making

IT WAS GOING to be, or so everyone thought, one or the other -- either senior Kevin Lopina or sophomore Marshall Lobbestael would take the reins at quarterback this season. But WSU coach Paul Wulff said during his Thursday conference call that true freshman Jeff Tuel has been prepared to play for weeks.
September 17, 2009

WULFF: Cougs have new starter on d-line

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

PRACTICE REPORT: Wulff seeks the best 11

PULLMAN -- At the Cougs' practice today, the starting defensive unit looked a little different than it has of late. And the Washington State offense also saw a few personnel change-ups.
September 2, 2009

WULFF: QB Plan; Roxas return and more

THE PLAN REMAINS, said Washington State coach Paul Wulff on Tuesday, to give two quarterbacks playing time during Saturday's home opener against Stanford. And Andrew Roxas is back in Pullman. Will he be fitted for a redshirt?
September 1, 2009

Norrell confident; Andy wooed; Ball hailed

PULLMAN -- Judging from his outstanding play in fall camp, Washington State's Kevin Norrell may be ready to emerge as one of the top young receivers in the Pac-10. If he does have a breakout season, Norrell won't be the least bit surprised.
August 30, 2009