Posted September 08, 2012 on
WHILE THE OUTCOME was much more favorable for Washington State, the feeling from the Cougars’ 24-20 win Saturday against Eastern Washington before a sold out Martin Stadium remains similar. Simply put, WSU made far too many mistakes, which turned a potential blowout into a far-too-close outcome.
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In a landslide (86%), the most impressive Brigham Young Cougars defensive stat versus Washington State was -5 rushing yards. The other 14 percent were evenly split for 229 passing yards (7%) and 5 of 15 third down conversions (7%). I, too, find the -5 yards rushing to be the most impressive.It doesn’t matter how many total rush attempts the opponent makes. If the rushing yards...
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PHOENIX -- Future Washington State Cougar Tyler Bruggman threw two interceptions -- a total that equaled his entire output of last season -- and his Brophy Prep team lost a close one, 33-31, to Mesa Red Mountain on Friday night. But it wasn’t the interceptions that stood out for head coach Scooter Molander. Not by a long stretch.
PULLMAN -- The football team wasn't the only Washington State squad making its home-field debut of 2012 on Saturday.
MARSHALL LOBBESTAEL is still in the game. During a recent practice, the former Washington State quarterback was focused, workmanlike and had players huddled around him. But he wasn’t wearing pads or a helmet.
AN IN-STATE hoops prospect was in town this weekend at Washington State and said he had a whale of a time. But was it enough for Tacoma’s Tre’Shaun Lexing, rated by Scout.com as a three-star small forward in the 2013 class, to commit during his trip?
WASHINGTON STATE HAS 12 known commitments in their 2013 class and with the first home opener of the Mike Leach era on tap for Saturday, it’s time to take a closer look at one aspect of WSU recruiting.