Posted November 27, 2012 on
A VISITING D-LINEMAN this past weekend to Washington State was already close with a number of Cougars before the trip. So how did the trip go and did the Cougs move up on his leaders list?
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Unless you went to Washington or Washington State, you probably didn’t watch the two Pac-12 teams play in the Apple Cup this weekend. The game wasn’t that uneventful, however. Some Washington State fans decided to rip out a row of bleachers and pass them down the entire section they were sitting in.
Washington State beat their in-state rivals 31-28 in overtime. This seems like...
Every send an @ mention or an @ reply to recruits on Twitter? Well, don’t unless you want to commit an NCAA violation. Washington State’s compliance department clarified this again today.
Boosters: Please DO NOT @mention/@reply recruits, whether they’ve signed or not. Doing so will result in an NCAA violation. Thank you!!!
— WSU Compliance (@WSUCompliance) November 28, 2012...
ASJ struck postgame
Sometimes rivalries die out, and that’s started to be the case with Washington and Washington State. Husky fans now consider their biggest opponent to be the Ducks and not the Cougars.
But that didn’t seem the case in Week 13, when the Cougs pulled off a stunning 28-31 upset in this season’s Apple Cup.
The win was WSU’s only conference victory this season...
Spokane (Wash.) Shadle Park 2015 quarterback Brett Rypien landed a Washington State offer earlier today. Rypien is the nephew of Cougar legend Mark Rypien and talked about what it meant to receive his first offer…
WASHINGTON STATE’S MEN’S BASKETBALL team will be without sophomore guard DaVonté Lacy indefinitely. Coach Ken Bone discussed his absence and how it affects the team, and the Cougars’ upcoming opponent during his Monday morning teleconference.
WASHINGTON STATE HAD a productive in-home last night with a junior college defenseman with double digit offers – a guy who puts up the numbers with his hand either up or down. A mid-year transfer who will sign in December, he racked up the sacks this year and is focused in on two BCS schools, one of which is Washington State.
IT’S BACK TO familiar opponents this week for Washington State basketball as the Cougars (3-3) try to build a winning streak and momentum following a runaway win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff. But make no mistake, the Cougars face a significant test on Wednesday night.
HE’S A THREE star cornerback committed to another Pac-12 school. But he’s now scheduled an official visit to Washington State, tells CF.C he's intrigued by the Cougars and that there are multiple reasons why he's tripping to Pullman.
IT DIDN’T TAKE long for wide receiver commit Vince Mayle to feel “it” on his trip to Washington State. Thursday night just beginning of a two-day trip but from the start a clear, immediate picture was painted on what it means to be a Coug, he said. It was, Mayle said, one of the best experiences of his life. So is he still a “soft verbal?”