THE COUNTDOWN TO fall camp is on as the Cougars head into the final weeks of Washington State's voluntary summer workout and conditioning program. Alfred, Dunn, Graise, Higgins, Hicks, Hunter, Johnson, Karstetter, Lobbestael, Mattingly, Nwachukwu, Rogers, Roof, Roxas, Wagner, Walker and more in this exclusive CF.C photo safari.
July 8, 2008
PULLMAN – Quarterback Gary Rogers continued his impressive spring on Thursday, spreading the ball around the field and again harmonizing with star receiver Brandon Gibson. After 11 spring practices, it's clear the 6-6, 233-pound fifth-year senior is not just the Cougars' No. 1 QB. He's clearly the main man. The battle to back him up appears to be well in hand, too.
April 3, 2008
PULLMAN- The learning process is in full swing out on the Palouse, as the coaches continue to tweak the personnel groupings on both sides of the ball, while injuries are taking their toll with one position undeniably the hardest hit. Meanwhile, Gary Rogers continued to put points up on the board while Chima Nwachukwu turned in a multi-interception day.
April 1, 2008
PULLMAN -- The Cougar Defense closed out 15 days of spring on a high note, wide receiver Brandon Gibson continued an exceptional showing and, led by Greg Trent, the linebackers were seemingly everywhere during Washington State's final scrimmage. An exclusive crimson and gray pictorial of the final scrimmage of the spring, presented in living Technicolor.
April 16, 2007
PULLMAN -- Cougar football players put on the pads Saturday for the first time this spring, triggering the nonstop work of the CF.C camera shutter. Here's an exclusive, 22-shot crimson and gray pictorial, presented in vibrant, living Technicolor ...
March 26, 2007
PULLMAN -- The Palouse is awash in the sights and sounds of spring football. For those who cannot attend the Washington State practice sessions in person, fear not, as we present this exclusive CF.C crimson and gray pictorial in high-res, high-def and spectacular living Technicolor.
March 23, 2007
PULLMAN – Injuries have claimed three more members of the Cougar defense and on offense Jason Hill's understudy, Benny Ward, continues to make a strong bid for the receiving rotation. Meanwhile, on special teams, punter Fritz Brayton turned in his finest day of the spring session but kicker Loren Langley couldn't shake the errant ways that plagued him in Saturday's scrimmage.
April 4, 2006