Posted September 24, 2013 on
FOLLOWING HIS OFFICIAL to Washington State this weekend, offensive lineman Sean Krepsz said he wanted to take some time to think about how he felt about the Cougar program post visit. On Tuesday evening, the Riverside, Calif. product decided that he saw everything he needed to see while out on the Palouse and told CF.C he will don a WSU uniform next season.
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If Steven Spielberg ever tires of making classics, he may have a future in comedy.
Spielberg was at USC, which awarded him an honorary degree in 1994, this week to talk to some film students. He apparently took some questions, too, setting him up for an awesome burn after the Trojans got edged by Washington State 10-7 earlier this month.
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Highlights Idaho vs. WSU
Connor Halliday threw all four of his touchdown passes in the first half as the host Cougars rolled over the neighboring Vandals. Halliday (31-for-43, 346 yards) exceeded 300 yards for the eighth time in his career as Washington State (3-1) won its third straight game.
WASHINGTON STATE ALREADY has upset a top-25 ranked team, which means coach Mike Leach was quick to dismiss any “shock the world” statements as the Cougars prepare to play at 7:00 p.m. Saturday against No. 5 Stanford at CenturyLink Field. Leach discussed the upcoming opponent, reflected on Saturday’s 42-0 win against Idaho and more during his Monday afternoon teleconference.
It'll probably be raining Saturday in Seattle. Of course, Stanford is gunning for another downpour of sacks and interceptions as Washington State stands in the way of the Cardinal and a perfect September. Here's the skinny.
WASHINGTON STATE’S modern day gold standard for defense is the Palouse Posse, the 1994 unit that grudgingly gave up yards and points and helped the Cougars to an 8-4 season despite a woeful lack of an offense. How does the 2013 Cougars defense compare?
Don't look now football fans, but Mike Leach is quietly rebuilding the program at Washington State. The Cougars have already notched one upset this season, if one can call beating the once mighty USC Trojans an upset. But they did beat the Trojans 10-7 at the Rose Bowl, so that has to count for something. Before that, they did lose to Auburn by a touchdown at Auburn.This weekend...
RAISE YOUR HAND if, four games into the 2013 Washington State football season, you thought the most talked about topic would be the Cougar defense. I can assure you I wasn’t one of them. We all know that “defense wins championships,” but with a Mike Leach-led team it always seems to be offense that is the dominating factor.
Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco linebacker Chandler Leniu took his first official visit of the year this past weekend to Washington State and had nothing but good things to say about the visit.
SPOKANE -- Mike Leach had a starring role in one cut up of game tape that no Washington State player or coach ever wants to be in, Cougar outside receivers coach Dennis Simmons told a gathering of fans this week in Spokane at the weekly Cougar Club luncheon.
IT WAS AN ODD past week for the prep football seniors who have verbally pledged to Washington State. A couple had big showings, while a few didn’t play a single down in their respective contests. A future crimson linebacker had an especially big week, helping lead his team to a decisive victory.
The Cougars travel to San Antonio this week to face the Roadrunners. Here is an early look at Houston.
Inglewood (Calif.) wide out Zaire Andre committed to Washington State back in May but had never been to the Pullman campus prior to this weekend.
THREE-STAR O-LINEMAN Sean Krepsz offered a rave review for his Washington State experience this past weekend out on the Palouse. He didn't commit during his official visit but Krepsz said the Cougs remain his No. 1 and he has some serious thinking to do.
Some of Stanford's depth will have to flex its muscles against an improved Washington State team Saturday. Read about Josh Garnett's development as a pull blocker as he heads into his first career start back home in Washington.