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05/26/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
One prominent college football writer hasn’t seen enough from WSU under Mike Leach Washington State’s football program is clearly in better shape today than it was five years ago, but how far has it risen on the national scale? Stewart Mandel, of Sports Illustrated, released his “pecking order” of the 66 power five and independent football programs and had WSU in the last grouping. Mandel puts each program into one of four tiers, from most prestigious to least: kings, barons, knights and peasants. The Cougs were among the peasants just like they were when the rankings were previously updated in 2012. Only in 2007, when Mandel first wrote the column, was WSU a knight of college football, and we all know what happened after that. While the last two seasons have seen significant improvement from the Cougars, I struggle to disagree with the assessment. The program is just three years removed from a dreadful 3-9 season, and that’s without looking at the Wulff era. Are two good years really enough to
05/25/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
The Washington Huskies are looking to continue stacking up their depth chart at critical positions. Here's a look at who they could target next (Go to UW Dawg Pound for more on the Huskies). Summer Pac-12 Visits Coming For Rising 2018 3-Star WR Daniel Arias by Lars Hanson: "2018 four-star LB
05/25/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
Former NBA and Washington Huskies star shooting guard Brandon Roy has found a new job in a familiar place as the head coach of the boys basketball team at Garfield High School. It’s a reunion for Roy, who played his high school ball at Garfield. The news was spread through multiple reports in the Seattle region, as noted by Michael-Shawn Dugar of seattlepi.com. Former head coach Ed Haskins, who is now an assistant at Washington State University, tweeted a congratulatory message to his successor. Roy spent six years in the NBA, with five coming as a member of the Portland Trail Blazers. He was a tremendous scorer until his knees gave out, averaging 18.8 points per game. Per Dugar, Roy is coming off his first-ever coaching stint, leading Nathan Hale to a undefeated record, which, funny enough, culminated with a state title over Garfield this past season. The new Garfield coach recently made headlines nationally after shielding children during a shooting in Southern California.
05/25/2017   WSU Football


The series continues Friday at 4 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
05/25/2017   WSU Track


The series continues Friday at 4 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
05/25/2017   WSU Men's Basketball


The series continues Friday at 4 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
05/25/2017   WSU Baseball


The series continues Friday at 4 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
05/25/2017   WSU Athletics


The series continues Friday at 4 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
05/25/2017   WSU Football


Brock Eager had the third-best hammer throw at the NCAA West Region Prelims Thursday and advances to the NCAA Championships June 7-10 in Eugene.
05/25/2017   WSU Track


Brock Eager had the third-best hammer throw at the NCAA West Region Prelims Thursday and advances to the NCAA Championships June 7-10 in Eugene.
05/25/2017   WSU Men's Basketball


Brock Eager had the third-best hammer throw at the NCAA West Region Prelims Thursday and advances to the NCAA Championships June 7-10 in Eugene.
05/25/2017   WSU Baseball


Brock Eager had the third-best hammer throw at the NCAA West Region Prelims Thursday and advances to the NCAA Championships June 7-10 in Eugene.
05/25/2017   WSU Athletics


Brock Eager had the third-best hammer throw at the NCAA West Region Prelims Thursday and advances to the NCAA Championships June 7-10 in Eugene.
05/25/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
The Cardinals opened the day with two unsigned members of their 2017 draft class. They’ll end it with just first-round pick Haason Reddick in need of a contract. Safety Budda Baker signed his four-year deal with the team on Thursday. Baker is not taking part in the team’s offseason program right now
05/25/2017   WSU Football


Matthew Swanson's 3.94 GPA in the WSU MBA program has earned him CoSIDA District 8 All-Academic honors.
05/25/2017   WSU Track


Matthew Swanson's 3.94 GPA in the WSU MBA program has earned him CoSIDA District 8 All-Academic honors.
05/25/2017   WSU Men's Basketball


Matthew Swanson's 3.94 GPA in the WSU MBA program has earned him CoSIDA District 8 All-Academic honors.
05/25/2017   WSU Baseball


Matthew Swanson's 3.94 GPA in the WSU MBA program has earned him CoSIDA District 8 All-Academic honors.
05/25/2017   WSU Athletics


Matthew Swanson's 3.94 GPA in the WSU MBA program has earned him CoSIDA District 8 All-Academic honors.
05/25/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
Taking stock as we enter summer. Now spring practice has come and gone we can reflect on how WSU’s offseason has gone so far. Let’s look at the good, the bad, and what WSU still needs to do over the summer. The Good The receiving corps stepped up Going into the off-season Cougar fans were very concerned about having to replace Gabe Marks and River Cracraft. While after spring practice folks should be feeling much better. Tavares Martin looks to be emerging as an All-Conference level player on the outside while Dezmon Patton looks like he could step up as a big-time player on the other side. On the inside veteran Robert Lewis and redshirt freshman Renard Bell looked very solid and Kyle Sweet appears to be regaining some of the form he showed as freshman. The depth looks good with JC transfer Easop Winton impressing and Isaiah Johnson-Mack continuing make strides. Plus the Cougars will welcome impressive recruits Jamire Calvin and Travell Harris in the fall. The Cougars are extremely deep and athletic i
05/25/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
The 2017 Washington Huskies Recruiting Class Grew In Number Today as Transfer OL Chase Skuza Commits The University of Washington Huskies Recruiting Class of 2017 took a surprising leap forward today as former Central Washington commit Chase Skuza has emerged on the Washington Huskies roster. #WOOF!
05/25/2017   WSU Football


An electrical engineering major, Danielson becomes the first Cougar to receive the Elite 90 Award, holding a 4.0 GPA.
05/25/2017   WSU Track


An electrical engineering major, Danielson becomes the first Cougar to receive the Elite 90 Award, holding a 4.0 GPA.
05/25/2017   WSU Men's Basketball


An electrical engineering major, Danielson becomes the first Cougar to receive the Elite 90 Award, holding a 4.0 GPA.
05/25/2017   WSU Baseball


An electrical engineering major, Danielson becomes the first Cougar to receive the Elite 90 Award, holding a 4.0 GPA.
05/25/2017   WSU Athletics


An electrical engineering major, Danielson becomes the first Cougar to receive the Elite 90 Award, holding a 4.0 GPA.
05/24/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
Gridiron Glory, a traveling Pro Hall of Fame exhibition, opens at the Washington State History Museum this weekend.
05/24/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
Washington State Cougars PF/C Josh Hawkinson may not be a household name yet. But he is worth a Philadelphia 76ers late draft pick to determine if he will be one. The Washington State Cougars call Pullman, Washington home. It’s also been the home of power forward/center Josh Hawkinson for the past four seasons.  You see, […] Washington State U’s Josh Hawkinson Worth Philadelphia 76ers Interest - The Sixer Sense - The Sixer Sense - A Philadelphia 76ers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
05/24/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
Former safety Paul Sorensen headlines newest WSU Hall of Fame class 210 names are already enshrined in the Washington State University Athletic Hall of Fame, and this fall, they’ll be joined by seven more. The WSU Athletic Department announced the newest class of inductees on Tuesday. The new inductees include six individuals and one team that helped put Washington State on the map. To the casual fan, one of the more recognizable names on the list is former football player Paul Sorensen. The safety transferred to WSU in 1980 from Diablo Valley Junior College and, in 1981, helped lead the Cougs to the Holiday Bowl, their first bowl berth since 1931. Sorensen went on to become a 5th round pick in the NFL draft to the Bengals in 1982. He played two seasons in the league and transitioned into a broadcasting career. While Sorensen is likely the most recognizable name, this year’s class is all about track and field. Included in the inductees are 1996 110m hurdle champion Dominique Arnold, five-time track al
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05/23/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the Pac-12. Joined ESPN in 2014. Attended Washington State University. Follow on Twitter It's a slow time of year in college football. Spring practices are over, the NFL draft has come and gone, leaving four long months before college football returns
05/23/2017   WSU Football


The series opener is Thursday at 6 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
05/23/2017   WSU Track


The series opener is Thursday at 6 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
05/23/2017   WSU Men's Basketball


The series opener is Thursday at 6 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
05/23/2017   WSU Baseball


The series opener is Thursday at 6 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
05/23/2017   WSU Athletics


The series opener is Thursday at 6 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
05/23/2017   WSU Football


Washington State University will induct six individuals and a team into its Athletic Hall of Fame Sept. 22-23, 2017, Director of Athletics Bill Moos announced Tuesday.
05/23/2017   WSU Track


Washington State University will induct six individuals and a team into its Athletic Hall of Fame Sept. 22-23, 2017, Director of Athletics Bill Moos announced Tuesday.
05/23/2017   WSU Men's Basketball


Washington State University will induct six individuals and a team into its Athletic Hall of Fame Sept. 22-23, 2017, Director of Athletics Bill Moos announced Tuesday.
05/23/2017   WSU Baseball


Washington State University will induct six individuals and a team into its Athletic Hall of Fame Sept. 22-23, 2017, Director of Athletics Bill Moos announced Tuesday.
05/23/2017   WSU Athletics


Washington State University will induct six individuals and a team into its Athletic Hall of Fame Sept. 22-23, 2017, Director of Athletics Bill Moos announced Tuesday.
05/23/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
Canton is coming to Tacoma. “Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame” opens Saturday at the Washington State History Museum on 1911 Pacific Avenue. The 6,000 … Click to Continue »
05/23/2017   WSU Football


The No. 15 Cougars are making their fifth-straight appearance at the NCAA Championships which begin Friday morning.
05/23/2017   WSU Track


The No. 15 Cougars are making their fifth-straight appearance at the NCAA Championships which begin Friday morning.
05/23/2017   WSU Men's Basketball


The No. 15 Cougars are making their fifth-straight appearance at the NCAA Championships which begin Friday morning.
05/23/2017   WSU Baseball


The No. 15 Cougars are making their fifth-straight appearance at the NCAA Championships which begin Friday morning.
05/23/2017   WSU Athletics


The No. 15 Cougars are making their fifth-straight appearance at the NCAA Championships which begin Friday morning.
05/23/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
Hawkinson is one of six to tryout today. Former Washington State forward Josh Hawkinson will work out for the Los Angeles Lakers today. This is the second of the Lakers 2017 pre- draft workouts and will include five other athletes. Hawkinson finished his career as a Cougar as the all-time leader in double-doubles with 56 and is the all-time leader in rebounds with 1,015. This past season Hawkinson averaged 15.5 points and 10.2 rebounds per game which landed him on the 2017 Second Team All-Pac-12 list. Joining Hawkinson during the second day of workouts is Arizona guard Kadeem Allen. The two will join Utah forward Kyle Kuzma as the pac-12 attendees so far as Kuzma had his tryout on Monday. The Lakers hold the second overall pick as well as the 28th overall pick in the first round. The Lakers don't own a second round pick and will look to  make move outside of the draft. Since Hawkinson is not projected to be taken, the Lakers could be looking beyond the draft. The NBA Draft is on Thursday, June 22nd and w
05/23/2017   WSU Football


The WSU men's 4x100m relay squad of Zach Smith, CJ Allen, Ja'Maun Charles and Ray Littles captured third place at the Pac-12 Championships and will compete in the NCAA T&F West Region Prelims.
05/23/2017   WSU Track


The WSU men's 4x100m relay squad of Zach Smith, CJ Allen, Ja'Maun Charles and Ray Littles captured third place at the Pac-12 Championships and will compete in the NCAA T&F West Region Prelims.
05/23/2017   WSU Men's Basketball


The WSU men's 4x100m relay squad of Zach Smith, CJ Allen, Ja'Maun Charles and Ray Littles captured third place at the Pac-12 Championships and will compete in the NCAA T&F West Region Prelims.
05/23/2017   WSU Baseball


The WSU men's 4x100m relay squad of Zach Smith, CJ Allen, Ja'Maun Charles and Ray Littles captured third place at the Pac-12 Championships and will compete in the NCAA T&F West Region Prelims.
05/23/2017   WSU Athletics


The WSU men's 4x100m relay squad of Zach Smith, CJ Allen, Ja'Maun Charles and Ray Littles captured third place at the Pac-12 Championships and will compete in the NCAA T&F West Region Prelims.
05/23/2017   WSU Football


McKenna Woodford (No. 6, back row) and members of the U.S. Women's Collegiate Team - Thailand Tour and the Thai National Team.
05/23/2017   WSU Track


McKenna Woodford (No. 6, back row) and members of the U.S. Women's Collegiate Team - Thailand Tour and the Thai National Team.
05/23/2017   WSU Men's Basketball


McKenna Woodford (No. 6, back row) and members of the U.S. Women's Collegiate Team - Thailand Tour and the Thai National Team.
05/23/2017   WSU Baseball


McKenna Woodford (No. 6, back row) and members of the U.S. Women's Collegiate Team - Thailand Tour and the Thai National Team.
05/23/2017   WSU Athletics


McKenna Woodford (No. 6, back row) and members of the U.S. Women's Collegiate Team - Thailand Tour and the Thai National Team.
05/22/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
Washington State’s streak of series wins came to an end this weekend in Corvallis. The Cougars entered the weekend winners of four straight series, but running into the No. 1 team in the country proved to be too big of a challenge to keep that streak alive. The Cougars lost the first two games of the series 4-3 and 5-0. Things unraveled a bit on Sunday. The Beavers scored two runs in the bottom of the first inning and just kept piling on, eventually completing the sweep with a 14-3 victory. The Cougars wrap up their season this weekend at home. The Cougars will attempt to finish the year with a bang as they host No. 10 Stanford for the final three games of the year. ***** Baseball: Beavs Pummel Washington State 14-3 - Building The DamThe Beavs sweep and set the record for conference wins Cougars Drop Series-Finale at No. 1 Oregon State - WSUCougars.com | Washington State University AthleticsWashington State dropped a 14-3 contest in the series-finale at No. 1 Oregon State Sunday afternoon. The Coug
05/21/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
The newest Huskies will begin arriving on the UW campus in just under two months from now. Let's look back and see who these guys are and what they will be bringing to fall camp in August. First up:
05/19/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
It goes without saying that you need a good quarterback in order to be a successful college football team. While it may not wholly determine a team's success each season if they have a quality signal-caller behind center, one doesn't become a consistent winner without a quarterback making all
05/19/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
It goes without saying that you need a good quarterback in order to be a successful college football team. While it may not wholly determine a team's success each season if they have a quality signal-caller behind center, one doesn't become a consistent winner without a quarterback making all
05/19/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
It won’t be easy for Luke Falk to repeat The start of college football is only 99 days away, so it’s time to start asking some of the more serious speculative questions. Washington State placed four players on the All-Pac-12 teams last year, how many will make it in 2017, and who will they be? While Gabe Marks and Shalom Luani made the first team, and Luke Falk and Hercules Mata’afa made the second team, the Pac-12 coaches notably snubbed one WSU player. Guard Cody O’Connell was voted a unanimous first team All-American by the media but was only regarded as honorable mention by his own conference. The slight hasn’t been forgotten, and Bill Moos brought it up with fellow athletic directors and the conference’s football coaches at the spring Pac-12 meetings. If O’Connell stays healthy in 2017, he’s as safe a bet as any Coug to make the All-Conference teams. While Falk made it last year, the competition for the two quarterback spots will be tough. USC’s Sam Darnold didn’t make either team
05/18/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
This week's installment will consists of some questions and answers we've gotten both on the boards and on Twitter from followers and subscribers.
05/17/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
"Just generally violating team rules. Time to move on. We wish him the best," HC Mike Leach said via text. This is the second time Leach has dismissed Priester from the team, the first time occurring last August for, per the Spokesman Review, "a pattern of contentious behavior, such as
05/17/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
Robert Barber was accused of assault from a fight in July at a party but wasn't indicted until February.
05/16/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
How cool is this? WSU defensive back Grant Porter, who came upon a man in a park attempting to hang himself and helped to convince him to not go through with it, was honored last night by Pullman City Council with the Life Saving medal -- the same one given to officers who do the same. Allison Schomburg
05/16/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
A jury returned that verdict against the former Washington State defensive lineman today Nearly a year after a brawl off-campus landed former Washington State defensive lineman Robert Barber in hot water with the school and eventually the law, a jury returns their verdict. The Daily Evergreen reports a Whitman County jury found Barber not guilty on a second-degree assault charge in court today. The jury also had the option of finding him guilty of fourth degree assault, a count they also found Barber not guilty of. Prosecutors decided in February to charge Barber with second-degree assault, nearly seven months after the alleged incident took place at an off-campus party. Barber’s exoneration at trial follows a lengthy and very public battle with the school following his expulsion by the Student Conduct Board for his connection to the case. A Whitman County judge decided to stay Barber’s expulsion in November. T.J. Fehoko, who was also reportedly involved in the brawl, was not charged but is no lon
05/16/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
Washington is the latest school to offer 4-star athlete Bryan Addison, out of Gardena, California. The 6-foot-3 athlete has double-digit offers. Some of Addison's most notable offers include: Washington, USC, Oklahoma, UCLA, Nebraska, Oregon, Utah, and more. Bryan Addison has a 247Sports Composite
05/16/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
Washington State (24-23) vs Gonzaga (28-17) 6:00 pm in Spokane The Washington State baseball team will head north to Spokane on Tuesday evening to play the finale of the season series against Gonzaga at 6:00 pm on SWX. For the Cougars, Colby Nealy will get the start. Owning a 4-2 record with a 5.56 ERA, the Junior right hander has 29 strikeouts in 37.1 innings pitched. Gonzaga will have redshirt-Sophomore Justin Blatner on the mound. With a 9.00 ERA, he has 4 strikeouts in 3 innings pitched this season. These two teams have already met twice this season and the Bulldogs have came away with a victory each time. The Cougars dropped the first game on April 17th in Spokane 9-4. A week later the Bulldogs traveled to Pullman left with a 7-3 victory. The Cougars have won 6 of their last 8 games and are coming off of four consecutive series wins against Washington, Utah, Oregon, and UCLA. They will look to continue that conference hot streak and will head to Corvallis to take on Oregon State for a three game serie
05/16/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
The coaches are back on the road this week, and we've managed to track their steps and pick up little bits and pieces of info.
05/15/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
In 2002, the Eagles invested two of their first three draft picks on cornerbacks who started together for five seasons. Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie mentioned that draft on the second night of the draft this year, when the Eagles used their second- and third-round picks on cornerbacks. Sidney Jones and
05/15/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
Freshman Grant Porter has yet to play a single game for Washington State, but he's already made an impact on the Pullman community. Porter might have saved a man's life earlier this week after he intervened in what police believe was a suicide attempt. Shortly after midnight, in the wee hours
05/12/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
Sidney Jones is in Philadelphia. He met with team doctors. He has been given his No. 22 Eagles jersey and picked out his equipment.   But there's still no indication about when Jones will return to the field after tearing his left Achilles tendon in March. “Medical staff is happy with where he'
05/12/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
Since the Pac-12 expanded to add Colorado and Utah, the North division has won every conference championship. Stanford’s won three and Oregon’s taken home two. Washington just won its first this past season. But while those three programs have owned the headlines in the North, the Washington State Cougars have been sort of lying in wait — building a pretty sturdy program, and one that has a real chance to contend in 2017. Mike Leach started slow in Pullman, Washington, at 3-9. The Cougars jumped up to 6-7 before falling back down to a losing record in 2014. The seat was getting warmer for college football’s most unconventional head coach and his up-tempo offense. But then suddenly, Wazzu just figured it out. They went 9-4 with a Sun Bowl win in 2015, then 8-5 after a Holiday Bowl loss in 2016. If not for an Apple Cup defeat at the end of the regular season last fall, they would’ve made it to the Pac-12 Championship Game for a rematch against Colorado (the Cougars lost 38-24 just a few weeks earlier)
05/12/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
Take me out to the ball game, Take me out with the crowd; Buy me some pulled pork parfait and chicken shawarma, I don't care if I never get….Wait, what? Baseball is a game of tradition, but when it comes to ball park cuisine, all bets are off. The Lansing Lugnuts have been in the middle of the unofficial
05/12/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
Brevin White would be a great addition to the Cougs’ 2018 class While it’s still early in the 2018 recruiting cycle, and many things can change, a plethora of the nation’s top quarterback prospects have already given verbal commitments. The good news for Washington State is that they’re well positioned to land one of the best uncommitted signal caller’s left on the board. Brevin White, of Lancaster, Calif. has already made multiple trips to Pullman and has WSU on his short list. White is a four-star prospect in the 247 composite rankings, and is considered one of the top-10 pocket passers in the 2018 class. The 6-foot-2, 185 pound White has five Pac-12 offers, but has drawn interest from across the country. Tennessee has offered the young quarterback, and he recently took an unofficial visit to North Carolina. However, analysts across the interweb think that WSU will be the eventual landing spot for White. Everyone who was weighed in on his 247 crystal ball has predicted the Cougars, as has Rees
05/11/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
THE GAMES Thurs., May 11 | 6 p.m. PT | Salt Lake City, Utah | Pac-12 Network | uw.statbroadcast.com Fri., May 12 | 5 p.m. PT | Salt Lake City, Utah | Pac-12 Network | uw.statbroadcast.com Sat., May 13 | 12 p.m. PT | Salt Lake City, Utah | Pac-12 Network| uw.statbroadcast.com  FINAL CONFERENCE SERIES
05/10/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
Where the Washington Huskies are concerned to the NFL, there's more where that came from. On one hand, in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Huskies shipped eight players to the NFL.  On the other hand, there is a new wave of anticipation forming over the new crop of 2018 NFL football prospects. In fact, we
05/09/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
Portland State University President Wim Wiewel has named Valerie Cleary the new Director of Athletics for the Vikings program. Cleary returns to Portland State after spending the past two years as AD at Willamette University in Salem. Cleary replaces Mark Rountree, who is moving on to a role as Deputy
05/08/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
GREEN BAY – The kid was talented. That much was obvious to Hardy Nickerson and the coaching staff at Bishop O'Dowd High School in Oakland. Put Kevin King in press-man coverage, the opposing receiver wouldn't get off the line. Need a big play on offense? Line King up in the slot, send him down
05/08/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
If you're not familiar with the name Taron Madison, you better get familiar with it. Madison is a 6-1, 192 lb. tailback out of Banning, CA. who just earned a UW offer.
05/05/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
Washington has offered 3-star inside linebacker Nicholas Bolton. Bolton is 5-foot-11, 228 pounds out of Frisco, Texas. Nicholas Bolton has double-digit offers. Some of his most notable offers include: Washington, Colorado, Houston, Indiana, Boston College, and others. Bolton has a 247Sports rating of
05/04/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
I love WSU running back James Williams. You also love James Williams. And, apparently, Bob's Corner Market in Pullman and/or Budweiser love him too! You'll note that the Budweiser advertisement in question features a photoshopped version of this picture, taken by James Snook at USA TODAY Sports
05/04/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
Washington Huskies have begun to rise from the ranks of the University of Washington student body into professional sports. We have a way to remain connected to so many athletes now spread across the nation 2017 has been a year filled with good news and accomplishments of Washington Huskies athletes.
05/04/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
Okay, so we have Monday Morning Recruiting, Midweek Random Recruiting Stuff, and now for lack of a better name, we'll call this conglomeration of info The Scoop.
05/03/2017   Yardbarker Washington State
05/02/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
The Carolina Panthers withdrew an offer to an undrafted free agent after learning of a pending court case.
04/30/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
Craig Bohl has a history of signing quarterbacks who've vaulted from obscurity into stardom. While at FCS power North Dakota State, Bohl took a chance on an unheralded recruit named Carson Wentz, who wound up being picked second overall in the 2016 NFL draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. Bohl is now
04/30/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
Top Writer? First Timer? Join The Husky Haul's writing team. You set the when, the what, the where, and the how often. Write about the Washington Huskies. The Washington Huskies pursue excellence in athletics. That fact is not lost on the NFL, which is why the Washington Huskies had five players
04/30/2017   Yahoo! Washington Football
The NFL just invited Washington Huskies offensive guard Jake Eldrenkamp to their ranks. Here's why the Los Angeles Rams will love him The University of Washington Huskies are an NFL player assembly line under head coach Chris Petersen. The team simply does not look to the stars: either in recruits
04/29/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
Defensive Back Shalom Luani After trading out of the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders ended up with four seventh round picks. The first selection of those four was Washington State University defensive back Shalom Luani. Here's a look at five things you should know: He's
04/28/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
Shalom Luani made a big impact on the Cougs in his two seasons on the Palouse. The defense hadn't seen someone who could lay the wood quite like him since Deone Bucannon was drafted following the 2013 season and his All Pac-12 First Team status his senior year cemented his excellent legacy. Now,
04/28/2017   Yahoo Cougar Football
PULLMAN – Here is an interesting fact about American Samoan college football players: They have more reason to care about making bowl games each year than most of their teammates do. The NCAA knows that many players leave for winter break right after the game, so one of the benefits players receive is