PULLMAN — NFL scouts came to Pullman on Thursday to put more than a dozen outgoing Cougars with pro aspirations through their paces. A throng of current Cougar players looked on as spectators inside the indoor practice facility at Washington State, watching intently as their crimson brethren showcased their speed, strength and flash.
March 10, 2011
ZACK WILLIAMS and Reid Forrest are the Cougar footballers getting the most attention when it comes to speculation about next month's NFL talent chase, but don't forget about center Zach Enyeart. He's not especially big or agile and he has no experience run blocking, but he is a long-snapping phenom. And his remarkable skills have made their way to the front page of NBCsports.com.
March 3, 2011
SO WHO THE HECK is Anthony Martinez? And why does his name keep showing up in the package of information that Washington State sends to reporters each week during football season? The short answer is that he's a second-year walk on at Washington State who clearly is making a name for himself on the scout team.
November 12, 2010
PULLMAN--It's been 106 days since the Cougars last suited up and took to the practice field -- and while full pads and full contact won't take place for a few days yet, the playing field on Sunday, the first day of fall camp, was awash in crimson and gray. And the action was pitched, and the CF.C lens was on hand.
August 8, 2010
THE ONE STATISTICAL category where Washington State led the Pac-10 in 2009 was punting yards. Reid Forrest booted for a league-best 3,718 hashes. That equates to about 2.1 miles – a big number made possible by Forrest's considerable skills and to the fact the Cougar offense couldn't buy a first down. Regardless, facts are facts ...
December 9, 2009
PULLMAN -- C'mon. Admit it. You do it. I do it. We all do it. One ball after another after another gets snapped flawlessly on extra points, field goals and punts, and no one gives a second thought to who might be delivering the ball. Let just one snap go awry, however, and everyone in the stadium wants to know, "Who's that pathetic long snapper?"
October 5, 2009
PULLMAN – Change was the operative word at Martin Stadium on Wednesday. Foremost, perhaps, was crispness of the workout -- the Cougars looked light years better than they did in Tuesday's disappointing session. There were also a couple of noticeable personnel changes. On the offensive line, second-year freshman Tyson Pencer took some reps with the 1's, switching off with Steven Ayers at tackle.
August 26, 2009