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Auburn's running game should be the difference for the Tigers as they open the season against PAC-12 foe Washington State.
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Mike Leach’s Washington State University football team is currently in Auburn, preparing for a (likely) sound thrashing at the hands of the host Tigers. However, roughly 100 Cougar fans who made the journey to the Deep South can walk away with a moral victory, as their hard partying ways led to an utter annihilation of every keg at Quixotes Tex-Mex Restaurant near campus (note...
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The above statement is a quote heard from Washington State head coach Mike Leach following Tuesday’s practice earlier this week.
It couldn’t be more accurate.
The first season under Leach was one full of turmoil and disappointment. The high-flying offense was more like a low-walking **** show, and the reason was mainly the system. The complicated...
WASHINGTON STATE HAD little difficulty moving the ball during the first half, but too many mistakes resulted in a 25-21 halftime deficit against Auburn on Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium despite a lopsided crimson advantage in total yards and first downs.
Auburn Coach Gus Malzahn talks about opening the season against Washington State on Saturday night.
FT. LAUDERDALE — After watching future Washington State quarterback Peyton Bender riddle his team for 369 air yards and four touchdowns on Friday, Western High defensive coordinator Brandon McIntosh was left stating the obvious: Bender and his Cardinal Gibbons mates "executed their offense to perfection." That offense is the Air Raid and Bender looked like a veritable...
In his second season at Washington State, coach Mike Leach returns plenty of weapons on offense and experience on defense.
PULLMAN — Statistically speaking, offseason attention on Washington State has tended to focus on the woeful number of sacks the Cougs surrendered last season. But there are two other unsavory bits of offensive accounting that help explain WSU’s 3-9 record: Proficiency in the red zone and on third-down conversions.