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11/13/2019   Yardbarker Washington State
John Hefti-USA TODAY Sports Washington State and Stanford meet with both teams struggling to reach bowl eligibility. The Washington State Cougars and Stanford Cardinal meet in Pullman on Saturday (1:30 pm, Pac-12 Network) with far less on the line than has been typical over the past four seasons. In 2015, this matchup decided the Pac-12 North. The last three years, both programs have contended for the division title, and those meetings carried with them a lot of weight. With WSU and Stanford sitting at 4-5, this game has a very different sort of weight attached. This year, each program is trying just to keep a school-record bowl streak alive. WSU is trying to get to a bowl for the fifth straight season, while Stanford is trying to do that for an 11th consecutive time. WSU has won the last three games against Stanford. Last year’s comeback win had Cardinal head coach David Shaw in tears after the game. It seems to cause him great pain to lose to Wazzu, so despite the lack of high-level stakes, you can be sure
11/13/2019   WSU Football
XC NCAA West Regional

Cougars will host regional event at the Colfax Golf Club.
11/13/2019   WSU Track
XC NCAA West Regional

Cougars will host regional event at the Colfax Golf Club.
11/13/2019   WSU Men's Basketball
XC NCAA West Regional

Cougars will host regional event at the Colfax Golf Club.
11/13/2019   WSU Baseball
XC NCAA West Regional

Cougars will host regional event at the Colfax Golf Club.
11/13/2019   WSU Athletics
XC NCAA West Regional

Cougars will host regional event at the Colfax Golf Club.
11/13/2019   WSU Football
Volleyball Huddle 2019

11/13/2019   WSU Track
Volleyball Huddle 2019

11/13/2019   WSU Men's Basketball
Volleyball Huddle 2019

11/13/2019   WSU Baseball
Volleyball Huddle 2019

11/13/2019   WSU Athletics
Volleyball Huddle 2019

11/13/2019   WSU Football
Soccer All-Pac-12_2019

Senior Morgan Weaver led the way with her fourth all-conference award.
11/13/2019   WSU Track
Soccer All-Pac-12_2019

Senior Morgan Weaver led the way with her fourth all-conference award.
11/13/2019   WSU Men's Basketball
Soccer All-Pac-12_2019

Senior Morgan Weaver led the way with her fourth all-conference award.
11/13/2019   WSU Baseball
Soccer All-Pac-12_2019

Senior Morgan Weaver led the way with her fourth all-conference award.
11/13/2019   WSU Athletics
Soccer All-Pac-12_2019

Senior Morgan Weaver led the way with her fourth all-conference award.
11/12/2019   WSU Football
Isaac Bonton

The Cougs struggled in the second half, falling for the first ime in 2019.
11/12/2019   WSU Track
Isaac Bonton

The Cougs struggled in the second half, falling for the first ime in 2019.
11/12/2019   WSU Men's Basketball
Isaac Bonton

The Cougs struggled in the second half, falling for the first ime in 2019.
11/12/2019   WSU Baseball
Isaac Bonton

The Cougs struggled in the second half, falling for the first ime in 2019.
11/12/2019   WSU Athletics
Isaac Bonton

The Cougs struggled in the second half, falling for the first ime in 2019.
11/11/2019   WSU Football
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Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
11/11/2019   WSU Track
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Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
11/11/2019   WSU Men's Basketball
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Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
11/11/2019   WSU Baseball
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Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
11/11/2019   WSU Athletics
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Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m. on the Pac-12 Network.
11/11/2019   WSU Football
Alexis Dirige Celebrates vs. UW

11/11/2019   WSU Track
Alexis Dirige Celebrates vs. UW

11/11/2019   WSU Men's Basketball
Alexis Dirige Celebrates vs. UW

11/11/2019   WSU Baseball
Alexis Dirige Celebrates vs. UW

11/11/2019   WSU Athletics
Alexis Dirige Celebrates vs. UW

11/11/2019   WSU Football
Celebration

The Cougs will host the Tigers of Memphis Friday, Nov. 15 at Lower Soccer Field at 5 p.m.
11/11/2019   WSU Track
Celebration

The Cougs will host the Tigers of Memphis Friday, Nov. 15 at Lower Soccer Field at 5 p.m.
11/11/2019   WSU Men's Basketball
Celebration

The Cougs will host the Tigers of Memphis Friday, Nov. 15 at Lower Soccer Field at 5 p.m.
11/11/2019   WSU Baseball
Celebration

The Cougs will host the Tigers of Memphis Friday, Nov. 15 at Lower Soccer Field at 5 p.m.
11/11/2019   WSU Athletics
Celebration

The Cougs will host the Tigers of Memphis Friday, Nov. 15 at Lower Soccer Field at 5 p.m.
11/10/2019   WSU Football
Hannah Pukis_2019 vs UW 02

First season sweep of both Oregon and Oregon State since 2002.
11/10/2019   WSU Track
Hannah Pukis_2019 vs UW 02

First season sweep of both Oregon and Oregon State since 2002.
11/10/2019   WSU Men's Basketball
Hannah Pukis_2019 vs UW 02

First season sweep of both Oregon and Oregon State since 2002.
11/10/2019   WSU Baseball
Hannah Pukis_2019 vs UW 02

First season sweep of both Oregon and Oregon State since 2002.
11/10/2019   WSU Athletics
Hannah Pukis_2019 vs UW 02

First season sweep of both Oregon and Oregon State since 2002.
11/10/2019   WSU Football
Isaac Bonton from midrange against Seattle U

The Cougs hit the road for the first time on the year Tuesday.
11/10/2019   WSU Track
Isaac Bonton from midrange against Seattle U

The Cougs hit the road for the first time on the year Tuesday.
11/10/2019   WSU Men's Basketball
Isaac Bonton from midrange against Seattle U

The Cougs hit the road for the first time on the year Tuesday.
11/10/2019   WSU Baseball
Isaac Bonton from midrange against Seattle U

The Cougs hit the road for the first time on the year Tuesday.
11/10/2019   WSU Athletics
Isaac Bonton from midrange against Seattle U

The Cougs hit the road for the first time on the year Tuesday.
11/09/2019   WSU Football
Troy Gingerich

Wayne Phipps sits at his desk and contemplates what to say about Troy Gingerich. "If you have that checklist of all the things you want from your student-athletes, he checks everything," the Director of Washington State Cross Country/Track & Field said. "He's extremely coachable, extremely respectful, mindful, and polite. He is a really good teammate who is supportive of everything the team does."
11/09/2019   WSU Track
Troy Gingerich

Wayne Phipps sits at his desk and contemplates what to say about Troy Gingerich. "If you have that checklist of all the things you want from your student-athletes, he checks everything," the Director of Washington State Cross Country/Track & Field said. "He's extremely coachable, extremely respectful, mindful, and polite. He is a really good teammate who is supportive of everything the team does."
11/09/2019   WSU Men's Basketball
Troy Gingerich

Wayne Phipps sits at his desk and contemplates what to say about Troy Gingerich. "If you have that checklist of all the things you want from your student-athletes, he checks everything," the Director of Washington State Cross Country/Track & Field said. "He's extremely coachable, extremely respectful, mindful, and polite. He is a really good teammate who is supportive of everything the team does."
11/09/2019   WSU Baseball
Troy Gingerich

Wayne Phipps sits at his desk and contemplates what to say about Troy Gingerich. "If you have that checklist of all the things you want from your student-athletes, he checks everything," the Director of Washington State Cross Country/Track & Field said. "He's extremely coachable, extremely respectful, mindful, and polite. He is a really good teammate who is supportive of everything the team does."
11/09/2019   WSU Athletics
Troy Gingerich

Wayne Phipps sits at his desk and contemplates what to say about Troy Gingerich. "If you have that checklist of all the things you want from your student-athletes, he checks everything," the Director of Washington State Cross Country/Track & Field said. "He's extremely coachable, extremely respectful, mindful, and polite. He is a really good teammate who is supportive of everything the team does."
10/27/2019   Yardbarker Washington State
In the middle of an intense season, the sweet relief of the bye week can be intoxicating to many college football players — so intoxicating that they may underperform in anticipation of the midseason break. Even the most elite players and teams can succumb to looking ahead a little bit. Jonathan Taylor and Wisconsin had playoff aspirations but couldn’t overcome a hungrier Ohio State team before their bye week. Oklahoma was in the Playoff picture before falling to Kansas State, all but derailing its championship dreams. Still, stars stepped up and piled up big numbers before heading into the bye. Here are five players who improved their Heisman chances before getting a week off — even if the rest of their teams didn’t show up. Joe Burrow, LSU LSU’s star quarterback has faced three AP top-10 teams so far and every time he has come out victorious. The Auburn Tigers were the latest victim to witness the greatness of Joe Burrow. The senior quarterback ran into Auburn’s stout defense but was able to adjust and pun
10/20/2019   Yardbarker Washington State
Wet dogs, broken wagons and a stunning upset — Week 8 of college football had it all. While we did experience the things that make the sport great, there were some grim realities that were present as well. Alabama’s star quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, suffered a high-ankle sprain and is rumored to be out multiple weeks. An injury of that magnitude is sure to shake up the race for the Heisman Trophy, moving some dark horses into the light. Here are five players who improved their stock the most. Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma Apparently the only thing that can stop the Sooners is a schooner malfunction. While Oklahoma’s signature wagon had a massive spill during the game, the Sooners kept rolling with a win against West Virginia thanks to another magical performance from their stud quarterback. Hurts was nearly perfect on the field, completing 16 of his 17 passes for 316 yards and three touchdowns. He added 75 yards on the ground, including two scores, bringing his total to 30 touchdowns responsible for — second highest
10/18/2019   Yardbarker Washington State
Yardbarker's Kate Rooney and Michael Weinreb address some of the hottest issues in college football. This week's topic: best and worst traditions. Weinreb: So Week 8 of the college football season brings us a few moderately intriguing matchups, including Oregon’s attempt to keep the Pac-12’s dim playoff hopes alive against Washington, second-ranked LSU traveling to play a struggling (but ever-dangerous) Mississippi State, and Clemson traveling to Louisville to face the steadily improving Cardinals. But the showcase game Saturday night pits No. 16 Michigan (5-1) — in the midst of a watershed season under Jim Harbaugh — against seventh-ranked Penn State (6-0) in the Nittany Lions’ annual “white-out” game. It’s possible a major bowl berth (if not at least a shot at a playoff berth) is at stake. I am a Penn State graduate. And I am old enough to predate this tradition, which began in the 2000s, when the Nittany Lions were seeking to boost home attendance. (The glorious tradition handed down to my generation was