Fall Camp: Day Nine

PULLMAN -- Tuesday out on the Palouse proved a newsworthy day for Cougar football with a reserve hanging up his cleats, interesting comments by TEs coach Greg Peterson, an explosive offense once again coming to life, and some new and familiar faces taking the turf. Plus, Lance Broadus and Mike Graise stepped up, and the hard hitting Washington State defense once again laid out some big sticks.
August 15, 2006

Spring countdown: A new day at tight end

TROY BIENEMANN IS HEADED to the NFL. Cody Boyd, his successor in the Cougars' starting line up, is recovering from foot surgery that will shelve him for all of spring workouts. And their position coach for the last five years is now tutoring receivers in the Willamette Valley.
March 13, 2006

THE PRICE IS RIGHT: COUGS SIGN TEXAS TE

LAST YEAR, Washington State made a splash down south in a big way, inking five southerners on Signing Day 2005. This year, the Cougs have again struck deep into the heart of Texas. Junior college tight end Jason Price, a physical specimen who runs a 4.6, faxed over his signed NLI to Washington State today. The Texas freight train will enroll at WSU in a few weeks, and take part in spring ball.
December 21, 2005

JC Texas TE takes long look at Cougs

JUNIOR COLLEGE TIGHT END Jason Price, a Texan, was welcomed to Pullman over the weekend by the Cougars' growing contingent of players from the South. The big-time blocker who originally signed with the Houston Cougars coming out of high school, says his weekend on the Palouse was a winner. He talks about the trip, where he goes from here and how much distance will play a factor in his decision.
December 12, 2005

Cougars hosting 14 weekend visitors

IN THE BIGGEST gathering of the year, Washington State's recruiting efforts shift into overdrive today. Bill Doba and staff play host to 14 known prep and junior college standouts who will be in Pullman over the weekend to take in the crimson and gray experience. From playmakers to bulldozers to gridiron warriors and beyond, oh my!
December 9, 2005