FOR 13 WASHINGTON State seniors, today's Apple Cup is more than a rivalry game. It's their final game in crimson. Most names are familiar, some not. One ranks among the great Cougar defenders of the last dozen years. And all had a hand in pouring the foundation for a better future in WSU football.
November 23, 2012
THEY CAME TOGETHER almost overnight, a mostly unheralded collection of prepsters and a handful of JC players. So how'd they turn out, this hastily gathered group of 25 athletes that Paul Wulff and staff had six weeks to secure after succeeding Bill Doba at the helm of Cougar football?
November 16, 2011
WASHINGTON STATE RUNNING BACK Logwone Mitz will always have that 2008 Apple Cup TD run to look back on and cherish. But he wants more -- much more -- in 2011. Mitz also features one of the program's more interesting athletic lineages. He shared his thoughts on those subjects and others in a wide-ranging interview with CF.C.
August 22, 2011
A FEW WEEKS ago, Cory Mackay's father said, Cory, the former Cougar DE paralyzed in a one-car accident last year, became so depressed after spring football began at WSU that he returned home, at least temporarily. It was soon after leaving Pullman, however, that Cory was provided a well-timed shot of new hope.
April 21, 2010
PULLMAN–Paul Wulff had high praise for his Cougars after the second practice session of the week yesterday. "Maybe (it was) because there was no school, we didn't have 7 a.m. meetings, they had 10 a.m. meetings -- but our guys are getting better, and they're working at it and I couldn't ask for more than what they're giving right now. They're giving a great effort and working hard," said Wulff.
November 12, 2009
FUND-RAISING efforts for injured Washington State football player Cory Mackay have run into a small roadblock, but donors can smash through it with ease. After learning that it would have taken months of work to establish a foundation for Mackay, as originally announced, supporters have been forced to return checks written to the Cory Mackay Foundation.
November 7, 2009