Leach knows all eyes on Cougs' QB spot

THE RETURN OF Mike Leach to the sidelines might be the biggest storyline of Washington State's spring practice -- and the upcoming season. But discussion of the quarterbacks inevitably dominates the conversation. Leach discussed how he will divide the quarterback workload when practices start Thursday and much more.
March 21, 2012

WSU roster update includes no regular walk on

JOE DAHL IS going to be a Cougar after all. The standout offensive lineman from Spokane received a scholarship offer from WSU very late in the 2011 recruiting cycle but opted to stick with his original pledge to Montana. He was a redshirt for the Griz this past season, but is now walking on in Pullman. That's just one of the notable changes in the new WSU roster released today.
March 21, 2012

Will Lobbestael or Tuel start at quarterback?

WASHINGTON STATE COACH Paul Wulff announced early this week that senior Marshall Lobbestael would start at quarter Saturday when the Cougars host Stanford in their homecoming game at 4:30 p.m. Saturday (TV: Versus). But circumstances have changed and Wulff was not quite as definitive Thursday afternoon about which signal-caller will take the first snap.
October 13, 2011

CF.C Spring Summary: DEFENSIVE END

PULLMAN—With a starter and expected key contributor missing the entire spring football session, what questions about the Cougar d-ends were answered this spring, and which ones remain? Do the Cougs have quality depth out on the edge, and just how does the position shape up headed into voluntary offseason workouts and the start of fall camp, now less than four months away?
April 25, 2011

Running with the 1s

PULLMAN -- There's been a good amount of mixing and matching going on this spring at Washington State, as coaches look to evaluate, and plug backups into the first team and see where they're at. On the last day of practice in Pullman, here's how the Cougs lined up at the 1s, plus some on-the-ground insights.
April 15, 2011

PHOTOS: The wide side

PULLMAN -- Shoulder pads are poppin', defensive backs are deflecting passes and the offense is working in rhythm at Washington State. A different look at the spring drills out on the Palouse, as seen through the CF.C wide angle lens.
April 6, 2011

DAY 4: Cougs go full contact, new face on DL

PULLMAN—The Cougs went full contact in their fourth practice of the spring, and it included a damned near earth shattering stick from safety Deone Bucannon. An offensive starter from 2010 has switched to the other side of the ball in order to shore up the depth on the defensive line, and more.
March 23, 2011


IT'S ONE OF the off-the-radar, but still pressing questions for the Cougs in 2011 – will the tight end position become more involved in the offense this season?
March 7, 2011